The Sunland tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048571/00077
 Material Information
Title: The Sunland tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 61 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: C.N. Hawkins
Place of Publication: Tampa Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1878
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tampa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hillsborough County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Tampa
Coordinates: 27.970898 x -82.46464 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Tampa Blue Print Co.
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: J.P. Wall, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 44 (Jan. 6, 1877).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071706
oclc - 02711399
notis - AKR0005
lccn - sn 83016264
System ID: UF00048571:00077
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Succeeded by: Tampa tribune (Tampa, Fla. : 1885)

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i ,:'-' 'coinffJEitcTATCARPS AC.HEirKTBICE. .- .' S S[From the Milwaukee News.]] boundary'of the county, and '..has.a. general roots would' then Bend up new shoots, which sant rains arid the excessive heat* of summer.S S

: JAOOBBORV,' ArOCTTtB MCE.. .j FLORIDA. course to the Northwest t, and:enters the bay could finally again be ctit, or left to mature Flies prey unmercifully on the blood I of these 5

: I.IMOJCA, Hillsborough Co., Florida, Sept. 4. .nearly Southeast. Tampa.. The fide iu this seeds and be turned under. If allowed to animals,' but with their thick skins and -
_ BICE, ., j II T .HJLLSBOROCGH COUNTY river sets back-eight miles bY. the river. The perfect its seeds, i repBfeduces itself the next :coarse hair,.they survive this perilous) ordeal ,

.'"'i" .;<,- Lies 'entlDly "south of the twenty-eigth banks near.. the bay bcing well drained .are year, even though.the land U cultivated with and are sleep J and fat in time 'io i meet, the -- .'

;,.,...... ";'' .. '.-'.. cmB1'1'...."l.l"'G.; ., .. > .* Importerand* Dealers in jaralell, and 'deeply i indented' by Tampa Bay, dry, and appear high. Excellent locations corn. >. chilling winds and> Bruins< of wi ter. With '.

I .... ,;":-; ,<..$" ; ..r.Sl.: ... FO1INDOM3TICAND' COUNTRY t bus: giving it as great:, or the greatest amountof exist 'on the banks.... of both the Hillsboro and : \Vith.this use of cow-Pea.s and beggar louse but little efforts toumprove theat. stock, except S
; ., '-?: :>. DlG'BA'rBIL' sea coast of any County in the State. Vessels Alafia. these ridges may be made the richest landsin an importation of an occasional 'Bremah S

,: ., I .t,Waek'1 1'(0. I 8. Mo..J T-1t 11 Year.'iJ ... can enter the Bay aud pass to within TltE TAMPA RIDGE. the'State of.Florida, if not in the Union, Bull, they still retain their size, and'draw a 5(. .

::!' ,. .: t'r! C c, ... ;_,." .. '15 HARDWARE/ six miles of the town of Tampa, drawing and north fur : have
Commencing at Tampa! lying sugar-cane, cassava, arrowroot, potatoes, respectable ijet weight whenever they -.
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___",_.. .. -t.1.':.! ,!.:.:.p.!A....". .". .-... '" tt", : ....25_.. $-.v..n' __ *65 rAGRICULTURAL* twenty feet of water. i! This Bay is the easiest and east, and south of the Hiljsboro, as far rice and coru. If the cows, hogs, and horses any advantage of a fresh ,rauge. Feeding i Sand
.. t-" Y'.L': : 'of..access, best and safest harbor in the las Bellows and of the Little Hills. their and cattle is .: .I L
. ,' .-a..v.- VIA'.ga.. &II''' IMPLEMENTS, lake west!! are kept up so as save droppings, salting] range anj absurdity
_. 4?, ir_ .\."_4ti.eawm. .. ... betbrged at rate1 ..,*1 Gulf pf Mexico. Pensacola Bay u as, deep, boro'and Six Mile creek, is.a ridge of fine with muck of which we have an abundance, among cattld mew and but few instances of..... r j '
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'/ J s-. '-; : --" and easy of access ; but it has not the safety, /'with woods the kind 'fanners.
.1"-: :."" : .-'aU e.Y sandy land, covered pines;and an under leaves from the and other ,beddings occur, 'even among -The4
7 .. :. \ .h"'JM4e.__'wilh. merehA1ta tIOLjed' BUILDERS' HARDWARE, GRATES., &C., because i it, is within tb'ebelt violent winds, growth of oaks. This belt will be filled with De sent to the compost pile and all appliedto cattle are left free to graze dut ing winter, ,I S .

<{,"_ j ". -''''!L .,r' .- .f' t"" ',.."''aDd.eeUlementa.acJ ,'..'. S while:Tampa is without ther 1. The tornadoes settlers and contain some of the best groves in the soil, this laud would become of unequaled are herded 1 and penned in March The estimate -' ,,
w :;- ...11 :., lY-r..; 4-" ,-.L'f""' : _' ':. 'L'_ : : : Y which have destruction the .
,...n CUTf..E wrought on
I. 'Ii': .- ,' ua 4ArgI the State. Interspersed! at good 'distances are fertility. of iucnjase at present is about 15 alve8. i : ..

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.. Qh J{= > ec1 w.t.i..the! numLr-r"v.' ;: of > cetera shore and Keys: ,- have never been the soil of the drier lands. Water on this universally good and pure in the wells, and hundred head netting from: beef sold f1
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;*;..."._ ''<''w !: .n.u'S: : __on ....1. -.I charged: "ac. known to rage between the mouth of Suwan- is obtained in wells anil U the entire tract'is characterized by l about $100 with the advantage iu favor of' 1I
..,.'. ..i 's i... &!! ,'...1-Hj ... u.c..... "' .. .,UJ&M4., .,' ',, anu' .' Jtwnerjr' SttxJc. Tools. and; Madii'nes, HouseS ridge easily' gea healthful- t |' .;
"" \:. ,2...... t Y..H'o'iAt' t"" (to'ubira .taertier.f' ." :: Goodt nee, and Charlotte, Harbor.' crally pure, and'the tract is healthful. ness. The only exception is when the houseis the owner ot, lwn use and table.!! beef: The i ,; \-j
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*:; f.ft' f -:;;J't.eU jr8";,r-""...."':';''::",!''t....-r. .'.., 4 .. A-I Point Pinales lies between/ the Gulf and S S :TILE FLAT WOODS. located in 'or near a thick hammock, or' price of stock cattle ranging from $5 'to $6 .>.. .. ...}.
,. :I\ < 'InmMS: ; : :: : qP,8U S ''r.ION : \ Tampa Bay, and is a{narrow strip of laud By .that name' we designate a belt of laud water for drinking is taken from pond: pool per head. ;And as Graham would say every S S :;It
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:t..:l tt, Yl. r. DUIJDla! i, ..) ,".;. ..; e'- .2...OOif' (Ooc.stMotbA )( : ?:TIN AND.JAPAN WARE., forty ,miles in length] and from eight to two from three to ten miles wide lying around or brook, 'or from a hole sunk near a pond in 3 year old seer! M jut as sure of $13, as if She -tJ

t [ ;; .:;l'.in.nl.Co: 1' ",,,\ ,, ... _...._ : .:- .! ;00 milesin| width.* A series I of low keys' lie between the nor li"8llt coast of the Bay;, which has the black soil, and the water steeps in. Immigrants had old .SpmnerTuarne:: plump in his fore- '

'.;...:,t4' (l ;.c '-b A1rO4.M11k0UT ..))e?. J31U eII tIi*.: yinir ourI Sole fftHts'for Jhe Celebrated the gulf.and this point; forming a com.he!; State under the grant of the swamp from the most healthful localities in head. One great fault'among.cattle ownersis S ;;J
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"i. sound that shor in which vessels of
_-iii. 't"jW.s.. .:.:.. r'Wm1, .J.....l. ! : -< A* ,C'" BQZ8IO7AL &BUSINESS: CABD. CHARTER OAK STOVES five.feet draft can rui in safety, at all ,times; Next to the bay, the land rises within an season of the year; with impunity. No danger too poor. They rob 'their} own pockets by .' .. --- 'I I .. .J .

'l1t....'!" i l1r ; .; "- '., and the' channels oftejj approach the !shore, average of half a mile about twenty-five feet, of sickness. The yellow fever wouldno damaging the t irarket'r losing the growth on : .. :-

: -= ': .w -'"-J,'V.*.,.'S';,:t-.IJy.;n. ;. -_ ."T r..1:.TBBER. ., .. CAMP. STREET\. so as to.: create poiut for this class! of vesselsto after which it i is nearly on a water level, and more spread here, than in Wisconsin. their'" cattle and( the result3is they get 'no =:.. S 1.

: 'r"&. U '< j": '" -- : ,: 89-'*.& 91 discharge at whaf\' s. all its drainage must be through this 'swell. The day is not far distant when these ridge more for their good cattle than they do foitheir -,... "it
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'liwv: : .: .I ....,...." .., .. .,....or' 'i1"' Branch House, J5O7 Magazine Street. Tampa Bay has to fork! called Old Over this tract are interspersed small cypress binds will be sought for above all others in sorry ones:, when if left to 'grow, and -; =

,., .e,) r: r;;' TflcL.At t f -:!;. LIiflt4Itn 4P1,4'nca ,.".acU Q'"_ Str.3TW'AROBERTS .... Tampa in the West !atd| lliltsboro bays, in and other swamps, and long flat ponds, whichare the State and commanl such prices as no sell when large and fat their $15. could as ..

t. }' t.:. '=. ::(?.r __,, .M !New Orleans, La, the East Old Tampa+ is shallow, but vessels I dry during the'droughts, and iu the rainy others cream Floiida can command. On easily: be realized! as |12 now. More or less 1extrl'agance1 -

.;.'.j.; ..--t.< "". \ i &. GO.(:: ,., TamIl }o'loriJapril.2lmJ| : 70 1 y.S of five', feet can pass tpjthe\ head. The Hills! season, covered with water from an inch .to them are nowgrown many things almost Unknown has always prevailed among : S ,
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-,: ..'....'-. 'oJ IA H.T.LAWLER. boro rIver enters at th North end of Hills forty inches deep. The balance of the tract elsewhere, hut the ]list j is not yet one- cattle owners generally. Polk is pretty well .. 5 ...

;; :! 4t1.$1': ., : ,;bUNiStS and. .Apothecarys. : GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT boro Bay and vessels drawing twelve" feet on lies little higher, is covered with piues! and half! filled. Not a fruit grows on the coast of worn AU a. cattle raising section, there are 5
: .t t -' the high tides can passj to the wharves in be cultivated. The subsoilis the Mediterranean iuChina orJa.. however : cattle raised in Polk Co. S
spots! can or plant many yet .
;+ <; :.. : 1-t:; 'POR', !" MDEPL, S;;., ;7.,79.81.aM, 83 PETERS STREET (Late New ; -
.. f' :: -. Tampa. These small bays are separated by. i marl and impervious to the Canaries :Madieiias. Burmu- but 'when winters the :
;;. :;..: .J.. ';, i sand nearly water pan, on !, :! or such: come as two last < .
;:'t 1 ..:. ,! : .. '. J>of 'iXrl" : .1 i Drugs, MctUclnt.. TuiM Lc\"t.'t',1:: near Poydra., Sew Or.lelUlll. a trangular peninsula! called! Gad eu'l5 and its only drainage is over the surface, da. which will not grow here in perfection. we have had, cattle !sutlrmuchfrornextreme r
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"ot-iff.;:-' .' I".;. -T',: .fl, .t.y "c. S point, on which are twp places where vesselsof ; which it does in small channels, becoming To these can be added many from Cuba, poverty; but say the l least of 'it the! cattle 1 '
:.::;.. i '.' .. -.tPb.IdmA.; PrtW? pti UI carvfully ooOll'ounik'\\of tlic .d.'tY\, -( )- twclve.fett can come to wharves; and rirpfd as they approach the coast or largo Mexico, Brazil, and Cape of Good Hope. business yield the largest and principle rev 5 2 -
nth sfllthaj'aWh! at aU.llo:1r" 3 3or
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.:4 "J. acvuracy which are used for shipping cattle fur the This belt is covered with The visitors from thc who enue to Polk'd| inhabitants. %
:a IJ\'Q19b\. : For the's s sale e of northern and western prolflce, streams.! generally North come to .
ri: ,.:1'-- ",. 'Tampa... ;: loth; ; *78. OOOUM.'rr-LY'OKTHE KOLLJOWIU AfTTICLES Havana market: Along the Eastern shore the dwarf palmetto-and. coarse grass, and isgreatly spy out the land will find much they do not Swine-Griif fl! has a pinching time through S
2 & # U.! L. MITCIIELL A of.the Bay, vessels of five feet draft can enter l esteemed cattle A and June
L'fof "D as a range. proper expect. Some will be disgusted, many will April, May and requires attention .
a '" ; ...: ALWAYS OXPQ11K. : Mile and Six Mil creeks the Mafia I'
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'> r., : would) take all and will remain. with feed these '
S be months.
fI ''! & system drainage away happily disappointed, some during scanty '

i'. '>. fl.:....'51ysician, : }XMEADriPaflynAI :Surgo -L.r .\. FLOUK., CUN/f RACON, OATS LARD, and Little. Manatee rhers; ; and at the southeastern the ,surpluswater, and then these flat woods, The others will go back with lying reports Out in the back woods I however, tHey thrive .-:
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...( FFIcI-7Jn- Mitchell'. Store, BRAN, HAY, CORN' UAI"; corner of the bay, vessels can cuter would produce heavy crops of sugar cane, about us. But notwithstanding all they may well at all seasons of the year having access -l:'
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.-__ ; ; ONIONS BEANS the Manatee\ with the same draft a* to Tam root and rice while write Hillsboro will become to the oak and = .S
'' POTATOES cassava, arrow potatoes say or County wanipce. pine palmetto most. ,
: 't r' .: 'r1IBANCH, ... JURIED FRUIT, Etc. pa. These last two places'. are in' Manatee\ the 'banks of the ditches would grow guavas, the most famous of all the Counties of the They soou'go wild without attention, and are <# }.
:;\; iinn..& ;:O ugist -(( )- S 1 )Uuty. : .teaches grapes and bananas, and those places State, as:! well as inot-t wealthy. Our doorsare at all times au easy prey to Sir Bruin & Co., 0 S_<:. '
# b.LD'8r Nvt.. Cash Advanced on all Cnnigninenta: ( IVrinhaMe..! ]} From what has l been said it must be plain without which ; .
.' 'A __ \ uu which coru will LOW grow yet open, and the good the industriousand prowl the frontier with undisturbed!
_' 'fl.-' '" : :;,;; ;..,..;cr.t4: ;,i.) .s : .."1... .; _J -, Solicited and filled at to the'readers that Hillsboro County has '
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'' '', v._ _* Orc1! 8 would lemons and those with disease of success Our motle is to
: ; drainage even suffering liver fattening turn on
,;t ,"r ii :1 to.j! : 4 ....'.---- -...-_:... .. -""' ;;..f ... ..,. .' ; grow oranges -
} ; : marl-et abundant natural of.
.....'..-'-,-'".''' ':'Ji 5'f '.>r... 8 '1"11.j. .D' ,,;'f lowe t > S price means transportation? the other citrics. Wherever good water can nerves and lungs, will here find an asylum. peas, pinders.qr chufas:!, after which on. potatoes "
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.', -.j. !"'hnc.t.'J;:;. -" Olb&, :'11t-. .from i its wrktb: all neede Uu arkQts.: be had; from wells, or cisterns arc used to .. J. G. KXAFI with an. ''f occasional basket: of nubbins.

;?'"",,:":,?I"Zi" .' ,.iI'I.!),tElDENC.t,..r r"UyS1.. ....' ..d. a 0_A'J1j.k Urg..... hort% nJ"f -, Thm.- > S > JK.M.IFROWN: Theeutire;; coast oftllc"t.ouutkems -with Furnish drinking water, thu inhabitants in S ... S Just before killing 1 pen and feed .on boiled S 4

-.::S to"; : t;, :::P o..," ..htwae; :: fI : .- WITIr.R.WALTE&.Co.. fi.h.ofthe, best qualities., which! arc easily the llafwoods arc healthful." This belt must Polk County, Its Stock. corn or boiled potatoes.! A few pigs and a ) -'!

_ ;, OFP1C-Grneiof FtkIin &Twi SLUJlLW14YSlCIANND'SVRGEON takenand; constitute a large article"of f<'ojl ) become valu Horses beir chief demand f fat beef two\ the Snow
and better
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1'-1 for.thd beds exist
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7. \1.-;: f .__ .. I tract. suited ito the wants and convenience of man. and then 1 with a mess. of trout., venison .
--. 5 wiIoLriLE 1.\Ct7.\'TlnERS! ; OFoZ5.I' along |he coast, and abundance. of clams cau THE LIMOXA AND'COKK UIDOES.S : we consider, first the quality most. in demand wild. turkey With some attention, mot.-

be taken on the sands1] Eight miles cast of Tampa commences ,' the clns iu
rwr' Y %_ HING f rOIST rJN'ALKel: 5 cries of Some "of prices, and the services required. Poncy home use, while some raise to sell. >We term-- -...:,.... .. ':= ---
: ridges, or ridges. .
and i to'5 gnu.ii sometimes called the lear Water .
: :. country stock above mediuiu small feet 'small the breed back .. S ; 1
tn 11iuI : them rue to the bight of 100 feetab ve sea psize, sheep; as razor orwiud-aplit : ,, .
AND5 sound of that S
I jJ1ei1CEiit of the Court 3 fuuse, -. 5- from a bay or name, on the level:l ; and iuterspread among them are large legs from knee dqwtr\.weil\ l +. !{rom kuec tera, iiperienki<} ho i in everj)* particular pro ven '-: ..: ., "

-urt1ot LafaJetU and Monirpe Street*. nBERS west coast, is peculiarly adapted to the cultiV'Vt numbers. beautiful clear fresh water:; lakes. up, of good action, l.lively speed, coarse hair, satisfactory) and ,reuumcratiyfi.
___DISCoutis ...J "''i'. IN. DIMS AND CASSOPESHaltiinoro : S '.: \ **!;of-iiuxts frosts, from iu winter.its almost This perfect frecylr'irom abounding in fish. Near these are found the, thick ekin.fhat .will. keep fat, 'on little to .eat, like hogs,:require attention but will'iter ; .

V. S peninsula'r ; JU' and 'iu the United and stand up toi. plenU of .hard.use. Price ,'we think,;than horse, call or; Yi:7'r':= ,
(' lovely, enchanting:
lor af Lu\v :Md. not as good for grazing cattle &svai the spots > '. ,. i
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eastern ide of the and its settlers States. The ridges are generally covered "r. .. ;:;..: .
I ADfpOICffQatN TuiniinIaNKJO. 'S._; ., ,: ('" jGKMAJ :I 7i 1 >farmers and Bay raised, cotton early and with,tall straight pines, with an undergrowth Conostoga or draft horses! iiol.much in de Goats-Bily\ w&think,.has,not had( ,affair; > :. .S......' .. \i r:

CIIANCERY, >tiinj bugar, of oaks, and other deciduous.trees, and mand.;. Oxen being much uspd for (draft I hack, whenever he docs he will add prorainenco !- );. .; ; ..j4. .
& if. aud instead of many
V.ET .. .1J QtfttOS corn,
thPTAwA 1LA: est1e. hammocks aro/ound.: This u au older "geological purposes-1 causes the ''demand. for mutes toftag to Ids species! even in Polk. we an ,;
fish and took
S .- caught.f ; oysters meat; l formation than the flat .;:"Mules and.draft horses have neverbeenlh not altogether] prepared to say positively i .that S ., '1
'woods, .or
JInS1 bekftBuL1ding--Up Stair pt. S ''planted aiouud their homes the citric : .
S ; _. \ tS S 4S t i lKaie. Dealers; the! other the balance of the county. The subsoil .is equal demand with good size poney goats can be {Iprofitably.raised ,in PolL, but r. S l' :' ::
ruguavapawpasand '
; '- s IL W. C. W ''' ; trop.iclTJodcd. stock. we see no cause why should not. .
they tJY' '
red with iron, and the soil is admirably adap- a -. t J'
?# & .Goods Xdiersns &c. } 'This point is generally roll- }} an1 C Jy. day to be.abl ')"ot,1ee.nt.; ." .. 1
> : The-kind of horses raised t1IJe-at !
> in. Polk .J
*- ; S-- Pry i iflgkUIfl'St$ Qr.the land is sufficiently dry ted to the growth .' u* i x$ ouns1tisnt j/IW, .5 .0' r'. IiX to *the lemon .Hide shaddock other semi-tropical fruits., Wherever it has is of the \"' described quality and \'bere'coovenient \ wonderful success iu goat, raising and that .: .. P'lJJt.J S .A ;J!
S 'c&1 I) t SS .{ grow grange, the name of Sir Billy will not be lot in 'ob-' 'l
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marsh 1
/ prairie but .
aud fruit in and here been plowed a heavy coat of sand spurs, crab toy or grazing ** j J
S Gti..v perfection, are ,
? 84kji' R8 ('lid XCXUZ r grape hvion 5- .
S 1 and other spring and these are lillle attention i is given to colts except iir by neglect. W"f r
: : found bf the bcstj of these fruits grasses up S #> .
4 y 5Jn4 9. f47f 'ff\ i.. : m-- .!,. tfr ,some groves I G. \V. HEXDRY.The.following :
: iIh' f S ,o in the County, or iu southern. Florida. Ex- followed by tall weeds, which, if turned under ."ifttei' od often not then. They graze as '_ J ;:.. .. .:... "

$ _,: _A..; Offic' .ii"i rlai rnd riionr liUUding- : A, Einstein's. .Sons, cept'ii narrow strip along the* Gulf coast, by the plow must in .a very ,few years eft .the large herds bf cattle, and their chances frohi' the Vshvflle &g\ ,*'... :'_ 7]
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I E ggSRS &i M ..., )c.- : ... whicl 'should be l left o\'t'rCiI'with the native ,!. have the fame cti'ect on the soil as docs the for running the winter 'through on herd rations is true in every.: particular- 'Read it, rc'iuem- : "S. -

l ;t.1bo'"yiiGy";' .tjL'A TLit'y; +* S AVJlULEbALlbf'* '**iV: I\T j forest?, for wind breaks all the dry lands: of turning' under of clover Iu the no them States equal to'thc-cbancerof* range cattle her it, and profiit by i Its teachings.) .- 'i- 5

yra 4'r' ,*-AND i.4301IcIT0R this peninsula ,,'iIl"cvJutna ly be covcrtl! with I This land may also be enriched by the UlCIf which'i is favorable enough under ordinary Did you e" r.read the story Samson and .. r rthe
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I gK a; IXstffij IfAXCFJ BdO1S5Ho &, j H iT& Ironical. fruits. 1 cowpea?, and the Maryland beggar louse. circumstances: S -t Philistines How Samson was' .deprived : .

l- \ FT.MEADEFLrtTTTLLPBACriCEinail ,\. 9 *. t' tUD"1>f J S PIT Cowpeas require planting for every crop the Horses are much used' under the saddle in of; his strcigtn, being shorn! of his locks?.

die' Court* of SquthW Savannah, GaCASRHART&BROTR.ER. 'i is a trifle more Iubj'ccl; to frosts than: Piualcs, earliest planting may be in hills three by looking after cattle, chafing Bruin, lieyi.ard [Delilah i U a greenback Hatterer. The Philistines .. -' i'4 5

and the laud lies flatter. In vet reasons,, four feel, and cultivated like corn, the vines and the cervino species. Plowing being are the :jRadical .party. The strength ': .

E 4 : ; &c._ these',lands ire subject; i to Y, ..ovcrH6w, because will cover the ground by the middle of June, chiefly on light pine land, common poney Democracy lies in its unity. Let the unity 0I .

d-- --J_ -S Sffit5i they have *uot. aullicic-nt I : (lyhs to carryoif when seed may be'picked, and the vines turned *' stock can stand up well under the wor.-t pushof be destroyed. and the party ,will :be. power- ,
S 5 9.R. POST, Importers anfl:Wholesale Grocers, the surplus! water, wMcIf fnjls[ ujwr,it. All under, and another crop? planted in. drills plow season. There is some: importationsof lew to defend, the interests of the country! ,_ ,, ,. S.

: (&oce ? a:1nnv ."' the dry lands will be I planted- J.uto fruits, and four by one and one-half feet, and, cultivatein the Mustang! or Mexican horses which are against the S6ylocks of the.Nyrth.. SS
No Ml and 58 Park Place,
GROCER (the flat lauds. be drnincd, and phiutcd with one dirc twD. When these: begin to., ripen noted for their ambition, hardness and good "How are you I Broom.4. ?" a,ked a bluff old ., I '

; ; NEW YORK. Migar, rice" potutovs and cotton. Cassava their,seeds, the 'inesm, x. be cut off four inches \- action.; They are not safe work-stock, al. sailor of a fop, ,who was always annoyed nn-' ...

; -4 S ANDIEAIi&IXr -, -- .anal l ILl i row root can IM produced on .them from the ground with sickle orgjrasihook. way* ready for a regular downturniug-often less he was.address as Mr. Broom, .and. who _' __ J' .
BENNER PINKNEY and two tons of excel lent this riders in bitter with have to know sir that '
Western Produce when'drained. Some of.the moat hoico: lo- forage to acre. Je4ving'their anguish rC-iponded.uId; you ; ,

cations in Southern \ Florida are on, this: The land should then )bo worked with a. ciiU ..bruised liruhsya toru-up saddle and minus a I've a handleto', my name." "Oh, all) rigliiJ! S ,. .. r <

SSp. igt&: 931MA6AZINE STREET, SHIPPING{ AND COMMISSION( MERCHANTS point! S :: tivator, and the roots will give; forth another wildchorbe, but HtyJe experience: in raising How are you.- :; Broooibandle.." : ....: .:.". '.:. .-1 .
S y NEW ORLEANS, LA. 'NEW' THE HILLSBORO RIVER crop larger than the first, which may be turn- from these coutrabandspecied i IAsof horse flesh A little! gir r'| wanted rtore buttered ,toast; '_ S ,'. ':.i:

? YORK. Rises in the : rliQn of Polkand ed under. Ten quarts of seed is sufficient to yet in Polk. We think however ,that it but.was.told that she/d had enough.and that j

saa ?A, Jjj'MlliLER & Co., Consignments of Cotton Solicited. in &> enters, Hills plant an acre. would prove a good business for those liii4S more wouLl make her ill.! "Well, said she, > ; ., ,
4 X.DJesternP S "give me inuizer piece and send for the doctor ,. .
boro in the : The louse i is tht near prairies or marshe !The little Cuban : ; .
I receives DI ny'tribui.rie..du beggar best 'ma ural ," "; ; ?; -', .' ;. -5 'I
DEALERS IN t- Ifeler* to nU.r. *. V. \\*.Wall&Co, of Tarn 1'/\ the in his \\'bic.kyVhac gate is: harmless : ., + 'i.a';;: : .#,:
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1-V ; ----. -. _._- .- NVejt. plant we can grow. Where the land is well poney' y I I. -5S J .J!. ... .
$ir FTJflNITtiItE EDWARD PLACE and then South; :int* \ the HilUboro Hay. I seeded! the plants grow as thick as be1.I1pas 'and docile with only an occasional gr<>und. S S Not o SorrY.. it' r"K." .., <' 1 .J..: S

__ ,- S S :Much uf its coureoti', in a large cyurcssswamp high and give more_ 'leaves. No pant is start extent damage no more than a rider You will not be sorry for learning" before. ":2"judging. ; ".... S !.. ; I

L3: CA.1E'TS._ Com'ission Merchant, or swamp.wl.i ich it. drains.: Several more'greedily' eatfiu/oy all animals than this!!, ,with ft broken nose, a muddy or dusty face / ': S i.?, ., ... 0. ; ,,f S
4&i52flOGflTOST., -:= with the that their horse is still For thinking before speaking; ,; *; -' ;5-j
S lakes also ojwn into i ii. All.. Ihosvj tend to. and few thao 163 Maiden *
Lane For holding an '* ."-
VANNAHI ,-S GA. S keep the waters of th< river high during the This imghyGe cultivated fur itself as a soiling hand 1 better under the saddle than any where For stropping the angry'ear to tongue a talebearer; ; _| :*vr. :

-- L Freigbt.i to Tanjpa. Send for Pricw. NEW YORK. dry !seasons, and as itjdrains: a large extent of plaqf;;'or planted so as to grow after the else, are used to a rough life, can live by For disbelieving moet of the floating scandal -; :;: b s -, .

COHENTT1 Jo? Consignment* Solicited.! 20 6mras Country1'! carries mOre water than the Milwaukee cornjKs matured to be turned under to en* grasing easily grown to maturity with but l. : S ; ; S, '

; S. SILVA I and has kep open: the channels into ri he soil. When the seeds have matured little care or feed. They are the cheapest For refusing to kick a fallen mao; S _5 5555
_ SAVANNAH, OA S S the Bay, at the tow >f.Tampa. The name ,;,(they do in September and October, the picked-up stock, their gate is! t'ayand rapid, For For being: iud to toward the distressed; S ," ,-' 5-,
1 fi.' being patient everybody; .
_ -* EEPS A FULL,ASSOBIMKNT OF Importer of.CROCKERY. 11 ills DO ro is also jledto, a river on the talks laid in swaths would cover the eutin price from 840 to $100, according to qual For doing good to all men-; "' ._. S

**S s S > CAREIAGS S BLIGGIES, East coast, and thedname of this: It Aground:; l.9.the depth of"t.wo' inches all of: ity. Foi walking uprightly before God; :' '_ --. :

_L : S S ? should be changed injio"! : Tampa: Thr (\ .; 'which can be turned under without cutting. Cattle raising is a subject too extensive to For lending to.the Lord; i..;. S S
-1XPR .A D PLANTATION WAGONS, ehoulJ be done with of the For laving iiip treasures in heaven; S
S < the name lent Undoubtedly there could be produced a fine admit of a lengthy detail here. The principle .
SINGLE AND DOUBIJIH 140 BIIOUGIITOK ST, S.- S For asking'pardon) all wrongs;
[ J- a fuU :line, of S TilE ALAFIA 'RIVER, in I forage made from this pl ntby cutting, and herds consist of common scrub} stock .5 For speaking evil of no one;. .. :

& d for'Circular! and Trire IJrt. .. Savannala, .; (}o. rise in manv. branches b near tt .: o 1 bindicg J it, when about two feet high.. The best suited to our wet flat woods the inces-' For !beinourteous (to all. s

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ffi 1S0N :ND tRiBU E-; The Colored: Voter.: ;EDT, n SUXLAXEJ TRIIIUNE ; & JUtwU. should be Amended. :Kotice of the Appointment of Iiwrpeo-, thereof' ,;the township hoe' 'betweeu.tow ):-: :

; The colored. .'" for can!' f"I' .I was in Fojc't'Mayers *or lC pcnlc people judge
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,:'.:; .., '.: m.Editor.. much active on Friday, pppt 20tV, the week, uccecding of the Game Law: which pro Is hereby giveq according! to law that the line East;to the range line between 'Jl;; 'j 'L.. ;
< .. JI'.wM4x-i -_' ; seem not inclined'-to' take '
J! : : any of deer83 doubt thence Nortb laid i
< the rccentcydoue and facts killing no an Board County Commissioners in and for and 20 E. oa ,
"a-1 K. peu ft'.Pub'r&BuaJnoaa Manager. pArt)! .kPu!,licl partisans. Ins this i they I.aCl but : tbe.W.'cornerion1&twbIp29a'oBb2OF4.A {
.= there are so remarkable that they/deserve prompted by a.wise purpose m borough County, State of Florida, have 1 I .r > '
, 4J>: .i T ;RP1a attirday].:Oct12.: 1878.: ehqw their sense, for they cannot fail'to see a pernfancut recoijd. : feature which njuders-it his; day appointed forthe. several Electioo | : 'the place of voting ,therein S. *.: t

< .' that thefleaders.; of.that Tjarty lumtig; tjsedr Among the first!\ nnoq: acquaintance and obnoxious to thAs people u it; Districts iq said County.- hall be. Moody'*.Store, aad L.'G..,Leii\< ',: ;-\- .5t.\' <\;-

_ : ;$ 1st togreoioBal_ l.si.ii.. -Vl rltW'! them uUbe/'iiait & las it ifasjto Uheir I formed was;a o thr who ar. / We say it u defective lie- Inspectors the election! to beheld, onthetyhdoy is bese'byaptec! Registration.Officer: "for. '' ., Ir f' 'i-f t
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., /"*.' T ? .**. ,ra rc.QrsaL* -*._,.A.- ,t long : r : at the ybarrjust ailcr I did/ having to afford that protection dce'f of November. A. D. 1878, as I8id '. ... : 'a"-.' >-iT*., .
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inn l boat'fronFurt"Bassinger,. on theKtsBunmce breeding season, which is the follow, to-wit; 'DiStHcrIKiD'Y' Nn r : 'r-8'> i '
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i 1 t ;n *; DAVItSqN.fMr .! and,make their appeals::for,jBuppott jatfcer to river.MNavir. high water a of its mission. The proot of Inspectors tO'*'*EI tion District ;Nb: 1Pineilis. : ....'[ --'.o. ". ---" .' 'I' .: .I.. b'.

. \TTtVCY..r th sorehead** _elembn*-* .... .,|_of,the-lMuocratici- I-**party boit Miould pass dpwu "the. Kissimnice into nt U found! in the fact, that the [[ .] yiueept.Leonardy, James 7 A. Cox' hallr'incudo that pst gIr.of Uie Cuaniy bottadfe| :

,. : ;.. "to1jToR than to the rank. and .file.t1e colored v people Dike Okecchobi>ejand; jhenceJc )the Caloo season among deervaries, with the and E. B. Lellman. + ed M foil w*, to-wit.. .By:, line conimeneingXl !' v"" gS i
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; .-. .. JtS. DISTRICT4" of the Republican party.. Tim :is sahatchec, i Vrnuld iiot .b IItuuprelcntl is different in different 'sections, For District No. 2. [John'a }.] John attb. poipt where the Range liiw belweeu c >&& 2L* .
,[ -.". fr- rJESLEY "'$ peculiarly pcrforman5efqr tHe t\\o : are ucntly in diflVrrent ,counties and t.'White, A. S. gears and R. WhiU-hurst Ranges 20 and 21,'&'intersect*, ,tfce'Alafi; f .
7't'l.ti. ;: Jfoh.AHSEJIBLYMEN )noticahle from Conover- down lo Mag- \ make* no provision for these ir For District No..3. School!Houso. m
i, : HILLSBORO'COUNTY, : to tonnei frcqueiitly, .perhaps every sum- : [Taylors ] River; Uhioce'runoMg: ; .p I&idriYer'h .
,'$ '; /: Ir _. ,1 4tE8o1t; I. ''C.8'rBEntOLD. See and Sweat. We feel l confident that wheu mefldt'tlzese men did uot'go down intoOkkchobee Thus while tbe Jaw has ft good John M.'Brown, John J. McMullen and E.W.Sax. '. wardly &!the' North. Fork'f,' 's id* merir'thence"upjsald ''t -Aj fl '

"', "'' }rJ' 09". .W ; o6f '.... -. a T they copirast'tbese se1tnomimttcdHepuhli.- at all, but, came in 1 straight1in'eao counties-in others the l people ; > North, Fork *to,. ,the: (East) -v-s' *$ A" 5

;, __:. : :, w -. TOE -!sExiro1 l DIb-rRlCT. i can candidates with those put forward by miles ncr' tho prairie, finding nowHere loose upon the ,deer during tho For Distri No. 4. [Curlew.] J. Moffat county J Jine,thence.Sooth eo the county <} ''13'1; -b '
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:' c jF 8.- I Icsd than 5 i'eet of \waterf where N and,goaded to desperation McClung! T. A. Beckett and Phillip A. to tbe S/' of the ,eountyAthene*** : ;''-.\ !., '-
(: c -'r :1 ){ .:r- the Democratic party; they cannot, 'help sc tlic fttce of the and killingunrestrained Sutton. '
; palmetfoes cover country, : ; f' ,
: Weston the Sovtb Coo line to4tnfIkw
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# ,:';.1'A J1ERN.AJf CO CQUNTY, ing that to support the former not likely cattle and feed. They unmindful of the common inter- For District.No. 5. Thomas A. Branch --J.q; 'i-;
usuajly onli
f."ft : 'br range between 20 and 21, & thence, > ; :.
1- s.i1oPE.: I f' A'1r'RR. I : ranges :
'. W II. Df to them "draw the crossed Fish and they slaughter them ind&iruinatc-! John A. .:
: -- .' help ad a racer clpser they Eating'creek McDonald and J. M. Watrous. onsaidrangaliuetotheAUfia l River!. od', .- .
f i? .: .FOB'8KNATOR'SENATOBLit: DISTEICT/. / ,bonds of amity and interests between ,themselves did not know it. That stieain was obliterated \ as well as the niotheitJ$ and in For District No. 6. [Tampa.] Charles tbe place of voting thereb shall be at Jame*', ,, : '
- ,. 'iu the flood, I that cat- I both/are killed "by the same shot: John A. W. Patten and \V. P. lIen- .L
.r ,. .'I s. .AOA3T and t. large majority Jf/w tes. If | 8UggCt many Wright, A. Moody" School House, and Hugh Gallai. :
; jn3tc the of 3

f&': : .FOR. .\ 'mLAX.. 'MANATEE 'COUNTY, they would act for their best' interests, the tIe there must b drwnc.scrubby elevations ught not upon, 3i extermination ofTetarding of the deer process, 'which is dersun.For District No. 7, [Mooily's.Store.}John gher tor said U heixib/DUtrict.appointed' RegutnUion. Officer xT; : ,a' _; ;!1DISTRIGr '.

,. ,.' ; ,* LOUIS. ,H. PARKER. ." .best thing that they can do b for. 'once to go which. the cattle had_ culect. and where of the law, it is rather accelera Carney, S. E..Mays and A. M. Samford. 9. ; -_ ,
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\ : -;':.( with the i intelligence and decency of the they could stand, il water. When my judgement the law should IKJ For District :No, 8. [Hurrah,:Precinct] K", -

f\: ;, Public' SpeakfnJ- country,and support'the ,Democratic nominees they l passed the flood 1 had already begun toabate so as tq give the County* Commis W. IL Cliflonl C.J., ,Yates aud ',James A. j DistnctNo.9.iafiaPfeCOCt,] \ V ',.' --n-t. : .,
: ildn. Ill H; M. Davidson 'adKtatetror and on thcso .elevations the palmetto addition to the optionary power Mootly. .' Shall include that part tf .the County '" ,' :
:: ,'\ '. tongreifnr the First Conjtresgional-Disitrict, from Da villson'do*n* invested cither ? bounded follows, to-wit. By a .1 line co& ,1.!:* .t'
!t! : Jc\e to show. The cattle were eating them. they are to en For District No.9. [Alafia.] N. C, Bryan, a.i .
''tijif.' i, lo .)Y111L I Call, HoruJ. B.Wall and titter They should hold no public meeting or But bad as wapitis i condition of affairs, nullify the law, the power to fix the John R. Evens and A. V. Smith. laencing at the I'wrtbwest'ouier of V'D.l.,: t.

r '. ._ .' .distinguished; gentlenjcn! bf 'th Conservative. convention to .eu ors any self-nominated, when they arrived'at| the Caloosahatclico and to \\'hicb'the law shall remain I For District i No. 10. [Simmons Ham ship 2t S, of Range 2L Eii: and rvMiag _: 1 j-.. '
f Democratic' will uddtes the Citizens ofuthionda the law couJd' be thence East the Township line dividing' -: i !J 4 ,
: ; : mrty : menu as such action commits them to their they found matters a great deal worse. By means mock.] Columbus B. Fauuin, W m. P, Head ; on '
: .f J as follows to wit : I the counties to meet |23 and 29. S. to tne.(East) couu- V"J' i ,
to Townships
ri:i' ; t support, and this is the object of certain wily There has been quit an immigration within ; respective and M. C. Pemberton.li"orDistrict ri .
. .: )" ':' .: ci( .RrookvilleSatardjtr/Octolei 12tlu) l. two 'or three.years to the banks of that river of the case. The Game Law as a No. 11. [Cork.] John Robcrteon ty line, thebce South on the County 1ino"f -
f.1. -.<,.1. ..' ..:" ;.:,., .T.mpa, Moq-laji; October J Ith.. "ijf leaders of the! Republican party who have and there are now probably twenty houses i good law, and the beneficial re- CVL.Wilder and George W. Knight. the North prong of the Mafia River thence :sg A be... J

J } ';. : .S 'Alafia, Tn & 1-OctoLer, I5tb. gubernatorial aspirations.Vith or withoutthe situated oh the immi-diatc bank above Fort are visible ou every hand audjwith Done at Tampa Florida this first Monday, Southwestwardly down said river to the : *__ \ '

1.;:' .' :rBortow, Wro 1'Octnber'16t1"l.o coloredt te of this the Democratic All of the houses suggested amendment cr a similar 7th of October A. D. 1878. Kango line ,between.IWlgellO and 21, E. : ..' 'f
!.',I' :. '1'ine; I,err), FrifUy, October 18th.. "# county, Myers. except one were, day saKl ,
*;: t. -" MtnaLet,.Mdav..( October 2bt. : '. Candidates will be overwhelminglyelected as my informants passed, imbmeryedl, 1 That endorse it in tpto. Hoping By order of the Board of County Commissioners. thence North ou said Kauge hue to '- '.,. 1 .
4 about views of others this subject Northwest corner of township 29 B.ot R* ..: t 'i-
p' 'F'C. Lci.Jo', one stands on pot&t six feet high. and upou ,
airtriad CoagreKlt 1 EtccgtiTejCamtuUteg: ,- but the points which we wish to force and subscribe lf.. 21E. and'tlw: voting place therein shall beaU'WardehonVs ', 'j
.h / ; the water was up to 'the floor and a l boat was mys WM. C. BROWX Clerk.
.? -.' ; '- . .. .' '-- on. the attention. of'the colored( people, arC simply tied to the'door ready for the embarkation of i SNOOKS. i r ; Store" and John R Even '_> : .I;.

,:,: 1 { Ihe County.! DcmoeratlcNonilueea.Wben these ; What good is it going to do you the family at.a moment's notice! Co. Fla. XOTIC 1 U hereby apoiuted I Registration Officer for -' ; .

..: A convention of thirty-nirie men.repJcscnting 'To the electors I said DUtrict. .- '. 't
not-only keep yourselves i in the 'minority, My next acquaintance was a party of refined of Hillsborough County-

I ,/. _' the people in"thcii| scVeral..'primary' antagonize _to the great majority j of ladies from Baltimore, who had settled EdgefielJ Ailivrtlef i U one of You are hereby notified according ..to law ;; 1MITEICTNO.1O. ; ': 'H',.: :1 .

fEjT ''f. > ': nlecthig! *,.meet'a Q d nardc thd cicn to be/:the 'fellow-citizens! of- the 'race? with' husbands and brothers some twenty : Democratic paiibrs published that I have this day appointed the Deputy District No. 10. [Simmons Hammock ,Pre* ..". : 'jf

: 'Standard bcarefj.of tJiS party, it ','ill becoiues your European' j mill, above- Fiyt Myers, nearly two years Carolina. *A new featitreof this ex- Clerks and Registration Officers for tho sever ciucL]\ -f-J: i .
'-i Do these men who ask your support-as Republicans TJieir home pf 9110 built of plank, al Election Districts of said County as herein 'the : .
fJ datmuig to'beVrue.Democrats to.do ago. story u its jtortraif gallery and bio Shall include that part County : .!
:; *-- iftny caf do Anything for you f, .Do they stands on l a bluff oh' be river and six ,or after specified, and that!I\kl Registration tu'.lo'llows'. to-wit By a line .be J .
( .7: P-"" 'illiiig at and I fiuiciigfsutwth, the action"of T feet above it.The cyclone which at l sketches of distinguished men, both Ofiice/s will keep their books : 1 .
-:; i give you wQrk and, pay yon wages Hon eight [ open tr'megis. ginciug at the mouth of the Little Hilbboro -
: "Mich COnVed D. Such convention is siipr.to many.. Republicans in this? county giv your Little Surasota on the coast spout its force in dead, which cannot fail to add) t rat ion purposes at the votingnlace8 in their rivtr mind ruuuiug Northwardly tha llilbboro ", .

-< ::' 's..d. cbnfpoacd of'rden-ordinary.fair wind blowing GO ,miles an hour for five con its interest for the general reader. fesjwctive Districts Wednesdays and Saturdays river to the liue dividing ranges 20 aud '- :- 'fl

1:; : :. .InLe11ignoe:and kpow what they are .doing:} race employment ? secutiveMaysj not constant indeed:was, in of Sept. 26th contains,the portrait, of each week from 9 a,' m. to 2 p. 21 E. theuco South on aaid range line to the '. 4
the interior !h'lJg continued jxiuriiig rain of U'. until the tenth ,day preceediug tho election iu 29. '
few that bet a : the history of 'Hon. Stephen D. Southeast comer ot"& 12. township ,.
itadhczxcCtb4isutnptiouofft: ftSr We notice, ,in sOme of our' exchanges four days "dur.ltion.Tho water rose, the (to be'held: ou the 5th, day of November St1t.2Ob.tbeucedut West ou1 sectionHues .m

' ,,, .' :; ter-men might have been selected, u ah exhibition that the fact of yellow fever having appeared floor was inundated\, the men improvised a .of South Carolina 5Q years next,) 4To-wft ou the 9th.12th, 16th; to the line botwucit rouges 19 and 20 E.

?- ::- -'i '. of too:,much'egotism to be bornd With in Chatanooga, Tenu., f U thought,to be subversive garret floor and stored their furniture upon 19th, 23rd and 2Gth daj-sof October, 1878. thence North ou said range line to the LittleHillsboro' '
I \'-: : jKitiently,, All the men._ nominated. by ,the of the .theory that it will not become it under the roof the family fled l to a neigh- -STATE NEWS. The boundaries of the,several Election Districts rpv thence down said ri.erto the J- ':; '

.. tonveadoriheId in tbls place.on the IdtH, < boring scrub, and at last embarked in their are described as follows to-wit. nKiuth tberW1', and the voting' place the.eiu .'!' '
'-.' : J1dn i be and | of epidemic at an altitude of.over 500 feet abov0 boat anti fled to Fort \) l. When "they FC A. H. Bash, of Mariana, U dead. ,DISTRICT NO. L shall be at Wm. P. Hjadj place, and Columbus .. : i
Ulti.are to' true grfexl-men '
t sea-level. left heir home.tb 'water was up to theplaic ;\ County the steamers t go"over- District No. 1. [Point Ifoclln Precinct.] B. Fanniu is hereby appointed .Rvgulratiou : .
Icy 1.Ithproackablecbarncter: : and worthy of the Now the.'truth-: there,is no such theory to the roof-oiily t 'i ible. The people who ),.' of the high waters': Shall iuclude'that part of the County -ofHillsborough Officer jf'or said DisirictDISTRICT *- _

< ,.: confidence of the people. And what is.more! .begin with, though a few.years-ago Dr.: J. MToner did not fly were < am pod in various oak reorganization of Democratic' clubs. l'iug.lfOoth of the township [ }O. u. 'i t y

, i it w well known :that not one of them i is;' an collected scrubs. The weather was and has been coiistuntly hue between townships 30 and 31 S. West of w :
<. : J' Washington, D. C.. facts fine since the storm, and they were i .of the day in many oC.ihc upper District No. 11. LCork'Preciuct.l ___5' J :
t l ;::4. office seeker, and in consenting to accept the howiug that it had never.prevailed" at. 'all)' making the best of their misfortune, having Tampa Bay, % and East of Boca-Ciega Bay, Shall include that part of ,the County '__ J'-i
'' honor conferred,disclaimed, as trtie, high- and the voting place therein shall be at the bounded n.i follows, to\it. By a lIne commencing [ \j ':;:4
altitude but vhtre their fuel, !
a point in the United 'St.ho1 was plenty to cut ; came J. II. Pope, Madison: an old.phy- known "The School House"
f Ti::f J' Dc.men, every other niotive save that from Ix-ould not lea Most of the houses place as (near at the (point of the enter section of .
above &00 feet. Chatanooga is ,C43 feet II. some forty years practice, died re- Lesley's place), and Win. P. Neeld is here U E. ,1. ''
liiio. lJ) :
the IK.-IWCCII n11 ant '
lower than the I have l1 ami nm o -
1. : .dgeuixeiaTriotirn, to serve the people are 01 e described 'f
i above sea-level while Atlanta is 1050, accor- by 'lpp.>illtC\1 the Registration Officer for with the Hillsboro ri\vr, tnei.ce N.rthward'f' J

1 : ,. : to the -extent. of their best ability.. ding to the Dictionary Elevations of the days when after the-Fort the cvcloning Bas."uirer;.had men parsed came-alcm, were snow-ted wharves at'Sauforil Mellonville said D'twt.-. I ly up said river to the (North) county_ line i iLhcllce'1.t

: The Idea that they represent any ring or same' distiuguUhed authority,Dr J. M. Toner.' only the roof or ouly the |peak of thereof.Tlicy broken up b1'thvac.anl\ ; !wind. IMSTRICTNO.2. oa tbi county luw .to tiw .i'vd- I

clique J in Tampa or elsewhere is' (too absurd What-the. exact altitude may'be that i It inimical were not made flogs l of course or they are now receding.: District No. 2.; [John's Pass Precinct.] cast corner tit tu! ci,uiuy th.ucu Souui OIL j If '

-.. s to be" ertaincd for a moment, and is only the ..of- this disease is \\'culcllu\\'c floated way, 'f but of palmetto! E. B. D'uncan.tli.-.I l at Lawtcy: on Shall include that part of the County bounded tile (Hut) otunty hue ti the line dividing : ,
to kn'o'Dibut
'Worthy < that class of men' whose envious spread leaves, or plank. ult. Mr.( Duncan was appointed u as f follows, tn-\Vl. On the North by the tuwmiiiips: 2 j ami 'JU, S., tboitce Weston said '
-_ their souls liberal those who have read. {om Crigle's Log"will To give the reade a better idea of the [ )" to the Seminole Indians by' the township line dividing township 29 and :30 tc\\Yll1hil1 iu6 to the lio$ dividing raug." 20 :. '

:fr .- 'I natures to every' remember that as long ago'as 1835, performance of these m3u I will state that .Confcr II':3. S. by Tampa Bay, on the South by township anti on E., tUci>co North ou *vul rungu line ;

: thought fOSO'generous impulse. It is well when that book first appeared, its author aMr. they told 'me that they buy thl.ir'Slllplie at : line between township 3Q) aud 31 S. and tu the IlilUtwro riwr.-aad the place ui voting.thertfiti -. .

known t Capt. J. T. Lesley, was tile uuan- Scott, pointed out the fact t. and b1uned'' Sand Point on Indian; !llivi-r auutto miles ht thousand. luL-3 of.iMttfW wn rc- Boca Cie-pi Bay and on the West !J y -the sludljW\ at ({NeW) Cor,.. amid JiwcpuCiwey '. '
from P.nc.1 tlie Hrit-
by '
imous choice Of the whole county for State cast, and I suppose 5omc !30 more from the. Gulf of Mexico? [ and! the voting place therein 'w horoby u miutcvl H.-gUtriUkHi OifiCXT +
the British Government for not utilizing ,it, } .\l..trabith! larl car shall bo at "McMuilcu's School House." and for Bu'ul DUtrict. ..
it well understood Atlantic ocean. I aakud$ them if they had no -
Senator and through
that at an elevation of 2000 feet on the fears of ihe flood subsiding ?o as to leave shipped, from any iiilf port. John C. White is hereby appointed the Reg The gi-itrutiou Lost will all be -clovedaccordu '

4t ,out.the county that so far as'Tampa was mduutain slope near Kiugstau in Jamaica them dry as to navigation." They did 1 not fire In IVn:ain.la:: Fla., t1. t cl i5trntion.OffiC. for said JJistrict. >3 to [lust tU tlu tenth, day preceed. '

,' concerned, the' man most acceptable to each yellow fever would 'not Spread. And this bethought worry ou that account, as they wvre sure the"i'r in" the busiuas) iv>rti'tu of >.(hit t 1tV. DISTRICT NO 3. ihth.e; Ck'C ll1l, to-wit, oa tire 2ikh, day. ofOJfttwr '

1'. of the extremes of the county, would be the government should have. taken water'could not subside"'bof!$ ;.re Christmas. >. ItHufftnce $!"),))), .Th\.J.1i' rc Dist. No. 3. ([Taylor School House Preet!] A.' I). 1878. J

:heartily supported in this 'precinct. With of in the from' How long it hu l"e'|u since a similarvisitatiou work of airinccnd'iary. I Shall iucludo that part offfie County bounded Done lit Tiiinju l l..ri.1this 7th. day of -
advantage preserving garrison October U.)
A. 1S78.Wituosa ;.
_ e. understanding the convention was held or how long it jrtSll be before another Jl Countv has -i, can idatos: fur as follows, to-wit On the North by the : .
hr: fend'ire 1 have the resdlt invconformicy with it; I the: decimating eilects of this scurgo.Poiby I do not know, but i it would seem to little 4 >r5; for Tax Collector ; 'a.; for township liiitxbetween township 28 and ,29 5. my !hand: axl: O.rk-ial Seal.SEAL '

under the favoring 'conditions ofa the question as to the posaibility settling Treasurer ; ,4, t for SiipL-rinteinK'nt of on the East by Old Tampa liayi on the South [ ] i! WM_C. BROWN.i .
"and it is jeutirelr late in the day now for
bi top total neglect of internal clcanlmes.,yellow un, the interior of Southern Floridai :, and: oily: 2 i :Sir: Ciiunty: Com by the liue between township 29 and 30() S. i Clerk of the Circuit Court.

.. n few disappointed ones to be finding fault in (IIcndry.of l't.l: Myers?, iaformcil me '. nhI*. on the West by the Gulf of Mexico.\ Aud! =-_ h_ ---_
J' : with it. \The"men nomiuated are not only fever inight'beeone epidemic Atlanta !but that the cattle range south pf.that village is the voting place therein shall ba at "Tav.mr's :Ntieu'5 '-
, we feel almost certain that with any thing not wetter than usual fit this reason of the \ ) Conover'n man: Friday I sav.' of '
the support of all true Democrats School House, and J. Taylor '
, : ---\fortIIY of! of his chief that. he is. Is hereby given that tIme Bittrd of County
like a decent internal hygiene, there u hardly year; and that cuttle are doing finely. This prospwts hereby appointel Registration Officer for '
;: r but ihcirwelJ! known integrity and moral I its U an important tart jii the concision thatI as when he buys his \whiskey said District. (,'oinmk-iouvi in uud for lIil1 bttr.uh Co.

3 tvorth cannot! r aUto secure the hearty sup% a possibility dolug'So.prospect am now goifcg)to ,draw with reference to the 'for the best but U preiare| lfur_ the Florida at th-. meeting held on the 7th and 1 '
DISTRICT NO. 4. 8th of ()ctol cr.A. I). 187tf made th "
port of rfaany voters who can appreciate' the gVografyby of Southern Florida.! & days > -- -
J, .The of the railroad across to the physical t;; crNo. 4. [Curlew Precinct.] Shall t following ',order to-wit.
men the The fact these front : '
of in are ; the
importance haring.good ,I Etate. uge County conies to I that of the County bounded It is luTfby onlerwl that the voting placo. .
3t, Johns ia i becoming brighter time stands but part a
progresses 1st, Fort'Myers: t not on a river
,, J legislaturb, though possibly they may' not be ; and there u to our knowledge an on 1bay; The tide flows up there: und nake,"11 andVith"} feet long 38 ,rattles.ai.big I\-in The"large man: 4b .#to-wit, On the North by the (north) in District- No One ((1)* ) bv anti 'M herebv .- -

fully in accord with our party. of silent work flowed the days I was hero, although thereis it fainted. I C(..?'i"i fle, '.ou the East bv the range line changed from1Ilalfs Mill"( tn tbe "School :': .

; Of the'the'Democratic candidates individually immense, "amount<. being'llone-It a tremendous r .channel: three miles wide of ''JC'tangcs al)1n, "". and 18 E\ o i the South bv" lltuc"otih' S. W. I Section 26, Tp. 31 ,;.,. '
by the President, Cant J. T. Lesley atul a -.AII \.uay.B. and I the I line, dividing towu- S.R.NJ.E. : '
I we do not know-that it is to black" fresh water flowing past ; we beat up '
r necessary say I Irouc few of the Directors looking, to its construc- ,it however without great difficulty. GENERAL NEWS..' L13 illl 1 29 S. and on the West WJ the By order of the IVd. 0\ ComtnUsioners .:; ,

:. !. CipU Lesley.is pretty well known as (tion. CapL Lesley showed'ug a communication '2nd, The Caloosahatchee any river i is a very ; is calling for I mouey, s 'Gull'of MevllX And' the'voting place there- Tampa| Fla., Oct. tkh 1878. ,

an honest, earnest man in.all he undertakes, the ) hundred yards wide 'liurM-s. jn shall be Bs! e "Curlew Schooniouse," 2v. W. C. BROW :,". ; '
from a prominent gentleman ou east deep stream one or twi Clerk'i
-and as ai t legislator the Flondlan of the 1st, ern'8 de of the peninsula, the other day," emptying into"this bay'some: mites above Ft. British Consul 'in I'ckin put the and L. L. SUttOI",". hereby appointed Registration -- : : .

ti; inst, has ihu to say of him i: "Capt. Lesley, which demonstrates that the Myers, and with banks: six to eight! f feet high. famine in China at seven million.: Officer f\ *.aid. District. .r-T- r--k ----- .
fully : importance 3rd This flood has thoo pauks "aud of shansi alone lost fivt mil mi r.-r vr v'O.K. '
hi, P ,the Senatorial candidate, is an earnest intelligent filled : } A I icctl.L. Washburn4MoenManTgCo. ; -
t :, J legislator, as was demonstrated at the of this road is being as keenly felt on thaflitlc the country around thorn with a 'flood at lca..t p, District No5. i ade that part. of '. t woHccSrot." ': .. ::: 4I

: .session i in 1877 when be served iuthe Assembly. as it is on thU. The business men not only :. eight feet deep making a pcrpendieulai rise little town of Sherman, )Michigan, t h-County l iMnd I't-'C' !iXx! 7 ijws, tnt, On I SOt. Kttifetnn.. tut rf C'aIrittto rf \4 : : :(

,' here but all along the Gulf coast south of"edar of at least 14 f'evt, ami'yet4ih destroyed by a tornado re- the NortUtby the (Tfcounty line 011 the '+ _' ', :.'

., ." 5'N Keys, begiiinmg, to see that, its thereis no more water on the prairie Several persons were seriously injur East by the Hillsbo ,fgh"river, South ny the SsfsffiTsn'raSi'wmd. [ ; S .
Though Mr Reynolds *vos never known to South) of Fort Myers than_common I, and Hillsborough river and the hue dividing
construction is ab olnte to > 1
. s- be much jof a political partisan, yet he has them from an the. ncceity relieve of- more water in the hay jat rori Myers than Taylor is in poor health. He township 28 and :29, S. antI on tho West by : : : :, 'T;: :
fall ual. The _
crushing/'monopoly the tie! rises and
common, as u himself in rcp'reseiiting this the range line. between ranges 17 and 18. E". .xc I '
i & alwayiitqted with the Democracy since the the road from the Kc's.to Feruamlina. 'wharf maintains i its usual and do theiein .A .t E.L nCft 1'.car. "'-
S height, so in the compilation of u. life of And the voting place i is at Robt. .A. ..tr pM up .CIr.I7. 11_ .. ":,'. .
':' war, as was' natural to be expected of any decent The people in tho country also, are getting the banks of the bay t fbr.miles above that village. Jackson's "Homestead-House the X. \V. d.;. w..tna.taod.."" A-_?!..w WirKr v..a..a t* \Ie'_. :':."P avDr'7

.;: : ; man who beleived that "the intelligence their to the fat that its construction r _- I 1. ofSec. 18, 1 28, S. of It. IU. E.An- 1'Hot'C.4XO TQKe bJoo Iota bj_..w .PIJ'T'rW v. I t S
eyes open -
"* The conclusion is irresistablc, that OkceclLOU Johu'R. Swingley is hereby ,I UIU.'f, t1t..!.e. : TXAa. I., _Ie _
: of a country should rule it. Any belief that would facilitate and cheapen the transportation I and basin around is below of Persons Stricken Trotu iteg.1st istration Officer appointed{ Reg gttl.s..J.tI 1I.n ee4 c..tg.t.5 c'8tft". tLl '
for said
(, a pistrict.
: Mr. Reynolds would favor any kind! of Icgls of freightsand consequently they level of the sea, ami that.if the Culoosuhatch- ration List-Notice DISTRICT NO. 6. -'. ..----Si

lation inimical\ to thcritiferesU of the people. would get more'for/.their produce and have 'lee bay from.1'unta Rasa up to !' ) given, that the Board of County tMtiwru.. LiivctiMB ft Co, fIle .\ .ntlt foe Couai1'i.lk ,
is this it is the title would District No. G, [Tampa Precinct.] tu>; *t IUIUlK>riHigii, lIt'rntnslo and Manaie j jOK
as unjust to gentleman as puerile to pay l lea' for their goods. could be deepened sulucifiitly : in and t tor llilUborough Coun- --- .
on the part nr t1J1C'"ho entertain it. On -_. r 0 flow into the lake probably raising the ordinary .. aLa trcetiug held on the First Shall include that part of the County bounded tNEW PIRM5

this pciutj: we cnn safely My that "'Mr. Reynolds The of the Radical level of that body, of water.An [ 7th d& of October', "A. D. lli 78, as follows to-wit., Bya line commencing i! :
programme the Northwest of 29
at S. It.
.. cxpour expedition should) be fitted out at Key the "ltegiI .t.tiol List," of said Coun corner township ;
-; : < U not, an innovator to any such ex ten I and ticket in lo.it 8aturt1) TutnuxE, was I Wt>t to !lillll' Jhark river into the lake.It to Ixdf. And that the following 18, E. and running thence due East to the GRANT & '
has been him.. We will ,I 'Ii Hillsboro river thence said river the LYON \ .
as allcgJcd against like .a a clear sky to' may be that the
.. leave Mr! Reynolds by merely closing with j i the Radical candidates. Since then we have 1 1i to constant navigation from Key West to Ft.'Ba : List," to-wit. mouth of the "Little I1il1sboro' river," thence [Conir )[:li*<.n and Morgan[ 8t J i .
Will the of that said Little Hillshoru'! to the line between ;
the fact that since hc-'has been resident of ingl'r. 1'Il'Ople up range J _.
: a learned from a gentleman that Magbec Levin Kelly James II \LEI IN
t.1 city, both in the interest of science and trade' ranges 19 and 20, E. thence South on 51'ry :
3. this county no man has labored-more faithfully I him that he had b.aught out Sweat and! War- not organize such'an expedition? L N Kelso, J W stilt! range line to the township line between cood4. --

and{\intelligently to' encourage immigration J.hof but that he (Magl>cc) mut acknowledge JOHN G. 'WEBII.Oiliciul John Long, Levi townships 29!) and 30. S. thence West on said \

; 'and develop its resources., he felt it somewhat degrading to. S -- 1'hilope Lotman, Tido S line to tho Ilill horu' Bay thence following Clothing .1 4
Congressional Vote of Cyrus Ix-amon Peter the shore line around the head anti down the ,
tacked ,
Mr. J. JJ..E. Fricrson has never appeared have such a man'as Sweat on to him
4, ; First District for 1870. Richmond Lyons, Mathow[ P West aide of said Bay to Gadsdea's Point, Boots -aud -5
before, and, 80 far as we are ,aware never and that if a certain gentleman in the western For the benefit of many interested we give W R cKnigbt. Elijah thence following the shore line up old Tampa Shoes, ; x *

e-. held'any Office except that of County (Com end 'of the county to whom he had writ- below the official Congressional vote of Henry MeCrawV' D Bay; Luau. intersection with the range line Huts& fancy Goods. !'-

t '. '. miasioncr jnliich he now 1i1 I1L, :his nomination ten. consent to run, he would drop District t fir 187G"*by counties: [ M. Martin, Albert between ranges 17 and 18, K thence Northon i
"oul i I ]}ell.itllJoll'lrmcin. Riley Martin, Wesley said line to said N.V. of Hardware Crockery and Tinware '
was as unexpected himself it was to Sweat. ... .,. range corner .i, .
t'alluum) ..... } i I| 21IAOII 17 57I.tt1t.i.I. ,lt. E A Millertticker, Andrew 29 S It. E. the ,
18 and
Ms I ISm ............. I i ut: 15s township place of '
K. ,a large number of friends, ind,should be : .1- S : A T Nicholson, (.' I) voting therein shall\lxj! 'at the Court Housein FARMING. IMPLEMENTS. :
Frtnl.liu..1 17't I
-x ".. ,ft considered,more of a,tribute to his in- & 7Y .- lig.zieezid moral worth, than to any past i iQJI' leaf there ba been until IftteJy, :among the I .rnIII'I".i l -' J C Rodger, Julius D l is" the Registration Officer for said District, weekly frh) I'UI'l'lll'll oC ftftin' i '

*. ; .' '. other Cl ri itic .a large rattlesnake and along I I' ........... \71HJ 181 C L Red,',Nathan asd the registration books will IKJ kept i :
.3--.e .,record. .of,a| public :.nature. Now, 'con over ell snake, much smaller, commonly i lluliiuJackxn*................! :I tW) ', E: A Taylor, Claihurne 3[ the ,lays before upecified to-wit the openon Groceries & Provisions 1

,:: the'past'?f Magbee, Sweat A Co. and .answer; ; as the pilot rattlesnake, from belief .............,. 13t"-: .. \Villiam1 Tucker, E E 12th, Ifitli( 19th, 23rd and 26th, from 9 a..9t.h.m. Which off..r .
WP bonum
the best? when the rattlesnake sheds i its skin and $ Jdl.rM.u..1 74i: 21h1 Webster Charles at I'ril'e'ltCor cash or COWl l_ .
;i.'ho is likely to serve people >that 1.'Fa 'cllc..1 31.1Q" 61 Thomas to 2 p. m. (and on other days the usual office TltY I'ROJtCE. : -

t becomes blind, for four or five days it follows ....,>............ I 1015 ,3001 It Toby, Rochelle hour,) until Oct. 26th.DISTRICT. In whetting patronage we would -
t"c r't. because pome 2600 the ti nil of the pilot rattlesnake. A few days I Levy.................. i 4 1 \ 20- James N Thompson, W-A. patron that we -ball *nde.Torto the MY b to our ;: .
ago the two snakes were placed in the same | LiUrtyMaiianati.e.................. l-t \81 Charles Thomjisou W M NO. 7. ability to give Hatifaction in To-pocT oC OW" '
\4 fraudulent names Lave been erased,from the ................ cull and examine' wry Pltue ,
and as soon this was done the pilotat aa A Jefferson 'Thompson, II N District No. 7. our new stock. '
cage a ( Moody's Store I'reciuct.
L .IlegUtratiin books'of Levy Counly. Ah attacked the rattlesnake: himself '**)Ii.nri tf..:............_ 1O.) 1 ; ] I "t :
f once roiling 'iI1iamsVaii W W Shall include that ,
of the -
S 1'1.lk................ ;part County bounded -5-- ; '+
Simon 1b ng oS ai'nt as they used to was"when around it with choking force ami biting' Santa Kt"i.. ....... .. 771.45j 4i1.Siitiiter..i John ASidney Wright, J W'.J. as t follows! to-wit. By a line commencing Notice.v \ %
Bowes and others-introduced the "little 5 savagely that the pilot had to l be" killed 1 to ..:......................, 5It: 16 AYiliianis, Isaac at tho Northwest corner of section 18, T heannuaIeIectzonofoffi4rsofihMT '
the 'snake. Of the different i ................ MedeTe1cgntph I. !,
Tavlur I
preserve larger j jlattlesnakre t:1: -. Thomas"October Wade, Wm W W town hip 29 S. ,R. 20. E. and running thence Company" wil1Th held
,jokers. J kept bMr.. Grecnleaf 'some : \Vaku1Ia.i:; : ; Williamson John due East at Tampa ozi the 7th day ('fOvtoher.nXL ./ .
to the line between '
: . '', Walton.VliingoTii..,. .........._ 63i; range ranges 20 A I're4denL Vice.Preident 4; ;
have acquired three during one year, ; : "tl by order of the Board of Coun and 21, E. thence South on said line anti Five Iirector Secre ,, Treanj, : ;
'c :-It is niraered, says the Sun & Prcu, and TAt skins have d \i, \\ .......,....'.. 4U range to for to be elevtel by the ahare hold. i .
the south line eN
thence one
I wIile.htliugtheir III e rs.'n ( ) county West on the .year. fly. order of '
that, the Greenbackers will call a congresional : -I I film over C'C are much jnore j jeasilv I I IS.IM:: ; I" ..," 8th, 1878. county line to Tampa Bay, thence following Ba .

'tc. ) convention about. the middle of the month. 1 irritated. 'I )t".t.n'. majority. : ? '"l. WM. C. BIowt'll'rk.. the shore hue Northwardly, and intersection i 11. I. CRiSt"Tt1an'. i' :
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;.,;.,_ ,..;.J..f t; "" 4J'!'::il. '",,,:"iHE' $- UNi! NI}.t.TRIB'. NE.' ..'t."'.itzt'Mnday.!'l1Mt. Cireuk
)'Ii Everybody should wear the celebratedshoe .
; .-.i d': H'f ;tt''JI-4': ''' ; ..' ;.'. '! ', L. .Mitchell,''wilVn '. doubt adjuarn auffitIIoogaa' i. I
. ; ... 'OW.. 1L87' > made by SMALTZ, MONROE & CO. : ,
:'..;'. -r ..t ; & every body I aa : 1uit n..c.I..4t.t:
!'-I. .f 1I"-'i. -' 0 giva opportunity Philadelphia-Pa. None genuine unless brand- yt : .
1 \ ; Ov&.T.VHi3teotaiis! ;; LodfeNo. .. .. ,81. to.near the political speeches. 'C.L'RIEBELE "
J '' edi Give them a 'kjal.Sewing ,
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', .. :t.r: Yn'.j- -.JI:' ,\ :ifwonic' -. ., '. 'ARBUE.-r provide for the Dtertain.ment"ofthe Machine Attachment, Needles, Wholesale AT fletaiIDEALERIN "' t J.E.LIPSCOMB&CO; : ;:
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"', 'r:f. t Jllo? 4-; U-i..uiVV'b.8.. Check Springs, Presser Springs, Oil etc. At .
; : Democrats Tampa will give si' barbecueiiext SUCCESSORS TO W. W. ) .
:tI, .J %1A.ftI\ ( of the\Mail Hotel. \
>" .fmtllleparttura, .* MondafeJ'CotM obe;coma al) .and hearDavidson Tampa -
. ;ff; :Z ;' I *< "'a" B 4\8aDcJ.r 6. l Call and other* speak.( D. ISAAC CRAFT*, I rrI A. 1 I..A.; 1 1I"
. I
"" _... .uzj'4 _
.. J 1;" : : :;.4"' ::6..11. Assorted Merchandise.Corner .
. -j; ,.:. : !. O1Mfls;; .8a&Uda1' 4rjL6A.M. Mreau'Diughu opened an Oyster Wanted OUR GOODS HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY SELECTED:: :: 4 ABE GUARANTEED NEW A FRESH

t } ":! :."...:) Jf-k w; "" -:= _,. -ft--&d- T }o_"M. ,SalOOD. oo'the' eo 'Der'4r.Whiting [ Franklin Washington n Street*,] GENERAL MERCHANDISE for ,'j. ;
.{ ;a r. ...! ::., ?W.d8sturdy; f..iLh tin Sit. -herehe, j ad'his Ice Cream Saloon, est':Market Price paid in CASH., TAMPA FLA. '

''iM i ;'1" 'tft-) 1III{: M i""'' ",. .:Friday., &r.d7.IA.iI._ .... and signalized the event last Saturday J 'night ORANGE GROVE HOTEL. coxsIsrz.rc.j'. : \ : 1
v ..q- ..?;! ... ""rT :1 c_.... .......r...... Oct. 4th.2w ,
: .i; nr.. t. : Tampa, IS NOW RECEIVING Ills
... .. : .
:.r-1..: ....' ."J.u.. ,. .. j',.' ... '& 1' 8.A.JC. by a free oyster ropper to the lovers of, these
"J'' '!I> ::!1II' t I ;;j':;.... STAPLE AND FANCY DRY COODS I!
;.. -- :. .g.-1.-V..J... !: a..r,1fi,, "".'' Fnda': 1..Lx. delicious bivalves.Besides, serving up these Entries State Lands, .. .
It. .'l..q "' '
; '" ,, ) 4rk. .. ;.SawUy A Wed.1"JL' "
5> "!- 4II __-.I'_'':'' "'.. ',Tw A 6 shell fish in of styled for those Made Land Office
,.r:; M"ff1.f. : ,4': : Friday AoX.i every variety promptly at the State at '
i)' ; .:; 'Y"; _o frill to apii for :the delivery. of mail* : who may visit his establishment, ''Mr. Can 10 pr cent lees than the .&lA1bli hl'l Prices, Fall Stock -BOOTS ANDHOES_ : ,
.!.J'i' ; i-; .fro .7A.K.toltlL ndfromlU,6P< XL e"urr B t. LEWIS &Sox Bankers of Tallahassee -
. : -
-r t; .< }f dv, e .! wIiy. -. ning proposes to send.round, daily oysters to through ; .
: ....: -, ,\ -fog U itS' P. JL, Sandayt wiilbePV1ts4 supply families. Send him your orders and Fla. Apply toW GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.f
; ,*' yft1a&.7 'A. Ms OB KoDda!'. Ko ) C. BROWN, Ag't.Tampa -

; '4' 1 :''I; boiteai. : as/kind.will be tranucted on Sunday*. they will be promptly_filled. ,Fla., Oct 4th 1878.' 4w. CONSITING IN PART OF .. .
::J 4 k.i ; rTtolfonrr Omen Orricx will be doted momyoa : --._' A large assortment of rD'E
f '. .JJ Tbondays .at 4 P. M. .and oa Saturday! at .Qu Iti is thought that the cattle,trade for TAMPA, FL.,., Sept.x.27th, 1878. -
'" ;t .<....1 'iJ'f: ;:,'' J t r the season is about drawing to a close on ac. At a meeting of ,the Board of Health for LADIES DRESS GOODS SUGAK !MILLS & A CHARTEROAK /:
'r1: : ;;li'' :,. THOMAS A. CAUnUTir, r.M. I[H I
'- r 1: : -- -- -- -- count of the fall in prices for Florida 'catde the town of Tampa, the following resolutions KETTLES; .a..a, !:?'rOY JI
; : : :; J 4'OUTUPLORIDA INTELLIGENCE. market. was passed, Uvwit:
.! in the Havana The largermajority
.. ,
} Resolved That all l vessels coming into this FANCY PRINTSNOTIONS
4 ; {'tJ : of the cattle shipped,from this port! .latterly, from aboard HATS, AND READY MADE CLOTHING .OF THE/LATEST// STYLES,, .
: port are prohibited taking jT jTe
/ passengers
-; \.J :Seed cotton, Sea. i and variety, U counties north of here. i
from West and HOSIERY -
or freight Key tjiat AND ,
: r .
!J. iEU1al: *t I'eLL a pound. .
: Tbe people in. the! more southern counties all vessels from Key,West or auy other infected GLASSWARE, TINWARE, CUTLERY,

;.3 t ; ,. ) 1 l" Tar pa ts the. place! to buy goods 'seem to have been holding back.their cattle port will.be placed in quarantine until :D01\IEST'ICS: ,

,H L '- iz : p. for.cash rita equivalent.! .. for better prices whether wis ly or not, remains [ after frost Those boats engaged in the cat- Woodenware, Furniture, Stationery, Cook and Heating Stoves,

rj ) .\,.. The problem that "illIOOD be star. tle trade will be allowed to load at Ballast -Of both Northern and Southern 'Manufacture- ."\
to be PRICES-MARKED DOWN to correspond wit1tAe times. Call for what don't .
: Ingthe.City Council in th. face is Jackson Point sj long 1118 they comply. with thin ordcf you
: : -
8ec. Friends from the Cvuntry are requested to examine our extensive Stock. TKe highest r-
... 'BtrecL.. Col. R. H. M. Davidson arrived on as to passengers still in and force freight. All other regulation Ready-Made Clothing, latest Styles. Let: price jiv.adfvr Country lrvduee. '.

: .- 1.t : ::8-.f Quarterij :Meeting of the 'M. E. the steamer Cochran last Sunday, .and left Attest,are ;: L Approved, JEANS. The LmlieM, l both married and single are earnestly invited tt call, examine and price our good t j I"

;b 4;. lJ; -VtJrch! (will!.commence here.on Friday even- next day for Ft. Dade, Hernando Co., to J.FERRIS, JOHN P. WALL CASSIMERES, We are receiving Weekly, large addition to our slock, and oar Specialty u to keep oo hand a tail : .

: ,:I ... 'V.:."i"DgD t. '.. meet his appointment there on the 8th. The 'town Clk. 'Mayor and Pres. B. H. COTTONADES' supply i ': ij

*; -::'*3T"'fh e Schooner Annie Chase CMIO up Col. in fine health and spirits, and --- .
1 4. Keems :HATs: & CAPS, :
IQlr.) R. ) first class jewellercan STAR ,
?/ '(rum Quarantine last Sunday aud now1ies anchorea I Iwhile' lug; a BAERY : .
: ,i4t all the indications point to.his; election; :
be found at his residence, where he I.
: in the ..stream.CoL .
": k sure, still he does not want his 'political will'do good honest' work iu his line on the BOOTS SHOES, .

: ::.t ; R.: H.,M, D.iviilion tlpk:a to a friends to take that for granted and keep most reasonable terms. June 2tth1f; BROCK AY ROSS & CO. .
3 :.i{ -,considerable crowd at Ft. Dade hut ,
] jt.i, Tuesday Ladies!, GentV and Misw!,VERY CHEAP.HAKDWAEE "
5J 'i:--X: nd hatTsi time. away from the polls. If the Democracy Mru. Mugge hu cunatantljr on hand) all tbati I
: : ; ; ,very'pleasant If wantto return him to the 46th Congress they i wanted in the Millinery( line and will fill orders BAKERS OF BREAD, CAKES AJJD PIES &c., 1 i.

f ';r-fh=? .: :iguZach Ingrahm (col.) was convicted. prompt/, .-AJv. ... &c. i
: rb't'; burglar? ?.and sentenced for.two yean in the!, must turn out to a man and vote for him on I FRESH BREAD, DELIVERED AT CUSTOMERS HOUSES EVERY !MORNING ,

; 'penitentiary at Brooktville Court, thUJweck. the day of the election. The Cot. speaks E.; A. CLARKE CUTLERY; WILLOW AND WOOD- .I .

:r.. ->\ i:', .e The U ***** of Mr T. P: Ceuuedy Ii..ere Monday next. WARE. WEDDING AND CHRISTENING CAKES A SPECIALTY. \ : ; .:

..: 1't1f.J J.t' on the.cbrner-ofiTarapaainI Washington'sU.bein .,. IiJ".. We are glad to observe .that the DEALER; 'IN, TIN, CROCKERY AND, GLASSWARE, ; ; ; '

,.;r' .is fixed.ti .'iu a llestaurant' and Ovs-. Tampa Rifles are again showing signs of fife. All order from City and Country PROMPTLY ATTENDED to. IIGREAtEXClfEMENTrAT

t j1' tel' :&1oo They met in the Town Hall last Wednesday General Merchandise, Saddles Bridles &c. p'
-. .. tv The Cooaty.Commissioners were in and, we are informed, that there was a good FORT .FLA Il : .

Fses4ou the 6rst'of the Week revising the! r.!gutiatibujlut turnout. .They should drill frequently and Corner of Washington c.f Marion Street, Birrs AND SPURS, .

7 :"'. 1 and attending to other county. perfect themselves in the military art, get The Grandest Revolution on Record lit|
; i....< IDAtte !. uniforms and attend the State Fair at Gainesville TAMP FLA., ;
1= Office and Kitchen STOVES ; I
;kr -" &..John Brown, living a mile or so and compete:>> with wine of the other volunteer declared in Meade !
> / .Vorth L Ltmona ha 4 scresuf rice 'which companies which expect to go from IS NOW RECEIVING AN ENTIRE Turco-Russian War Over, but war Ft. ; by j j .
y., Ac. .
other sections of the State. Come, boys if FURNITURE
.J.} j kLit.buughtiil' ,..! yeild 2-V bu.hela to &the ,you are going to be any thing it is high time j -
r acr<\ ; you were getting at it Your military FAMILY GROCERIES, .. -.

; k1'..f. J 41@nu.sinesa appears to ba g-Jtting some- achievements and reccord so far, will not NEW STOCKOF I .

? : .. :V what brik,and we notice dairy quite a mini \lalthat of the "home guards" of Confederate FUUltjultt. from the Nashville Mill. a Specialty. Against HIGH I PRICES on all kind: of Goods? t .' ;
: 4- .her oft ms on oar tir ets from the country, times. BACON CORN, GRITS MEAl.. LARD .

r-i9 I 'f r and near. We are requested to announce another SALT, SUGAR. YUUP,BREAD.BRAN, N \! '-
:. :" f '1S-! When you want the bast and utceetaMirtraent meeting night, urge on every i -

c:3:;: candies, nuts rauin etc. go to the company to attend. CIGARS With other thing too to mention. THE NORTHERN, WESTERN AND SOUTHERN MARKETS, :L LOUR -
numerous -
f ; ;J ',,21&sr&:! J.. E. Lipsoonib & Co. Our typos IIiY'" On the first PAge will be found a descriptive DRY; GOODS One muiy McCarthy Gin, new anil Improved for .sale. I i iI

-i: : "i" ',." ''.know-how. to appreciate good thing artitle of Ilillaborouch County from If You don't see what you want ask'for it, I GOODS ARE SELECTED FROM THE VERY BEST, WITH AX EYE TO THE WANTS .

; : The Stock t holders of the Tampa anti.'f' the Milwaukee News, wtittcn oy Judge J. 6. !Notions and Sta tioIiery. I lite iKople.Ve have endeavored to take advantage of the PRETEXT TIMES and bur our
: r I Jli I ')hi.1 market price* paid for Country Produce.CIW.U. Good:* at such LOW FIGURES: to be enabled to otTer them to our Friend and Patron at PRICES
: :; ". tp." Tr Meade Telegraph Co. will hold a meet- Knapp, of Lttnoha': 10 miles east of Tampa. COTTON, ORANGES, HIDES Ac. that will 8uit' -
: Consisting in of CALICOES, GlSiJ.UIR( .
: ":* < ; IIt,,this evening 71 j 9'clock at Dr. Branch's The Judge is a pleasant as well as an able part C., L. .m EBI-U: ; -,
.;t : 't, : : : Jit DELAINES:;, LA wNstl MUSLINS, JACONCTSIJEKEGES ) r.L"I-IE. l\JOS': ]. F AS..rIDIOUS. .
hu delineation of this hasthe
:. : 'office, a.fu11atteiadauceis. requested. writer, and county EIKJ1NGS, CHECKS,, DENIMS, -- '
: 7
4 I .-. .. special merit of bejng truthful and as' DRILLS, SHlllTlNCS; :SIIEETINC.S i STill I'ES: Wanted WE MAKE WAR OX XO OXE, but we shall give our CUSTOMERS the benefit of a L1FELOXGEXPER1EXCE. '
'- Oranges
r 'Tampa\uhl.urrounding country were fair a pen picture 'as it is possible to. draw ; HICKORIES I .ES: os .\mfnns.; JK'OTTO)N- _. _' : : We flatter our*lvcc to know the w.mt. of the PEOPLE; and we are able and willing'

-i.i it3.- **ld! y'refreshiug .imwersthe: : middle oi The Judge; is, moreover, a gentleman: of .va-: ADES: IRISH DRESS;; PANTS LINENS.: CtL-) --- -- TO SELL AT THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE PROFITS, :

: ; .-' '*: 'trf ibewkyMehwere: i beginning tu be needed tied and. .extensive information, as'well as LARS, CUFFS: NECKTIE, SL'Sl'EXDERS, P. :ILCommission WARD & CO., All we ask i ill a FAIR TRIAL. Our Good are open for Inspection, and if our Price and Qualitie -

;-; ''' J'. forjEall cri'ps\ and gardens tomething of a cosmopolitan, and therefore( is : SPUN. BRAID AND SPOOL in variety THREADS, JET SETTS, PINS, ,BEADSand NEEDLES. : MerchantsVHOLKSAtK t nattsfy'the Ill'Oplwe have gained our object.There i ino secret why wenell SO CHEAP; the .*impl.
: fact i i-s. know Time are Hard an4 we are oatirftied with SMALL PROFITS. \ '
; t : -:T be health Tampa and surmndingcountry' well calculated to opinions worthy of we
t $! FANS.
: ." : 1. remains very good. With& the ex *credence. Letter Note Bill and Cap Paper \ DEALERS IS BARGAINS. Don't take our word! for it but come and EX.YIXIYOUIJ.: : i \
:: :" ,;'" 'I ception.of a few:1 localities {hat of the whole Our'partiality for.this-jcction of the State Foreign and Domestic Fruits, We are opening the LARGEST: .AXI REST SELECTED: : STOCK OF! GOODS EVER: OFFEREDin

;;;; :; ..... F... :.1 couuty'lias been good-;at J least t. that is what : is tbe result of over thirty years' residence as (u1)7 IlookN Pen Selling and Ilofiks lob.I Pocket and Mt-moran- 8Qu FLORIDA R.SUES.AI'ECI.I.Tya:: South Florida, at LOVTi'RICS) : FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTS.\ .In our establishment

.;.f} t..., 1 the doctor* tell us. well as a I.tetty.JreDl'rul and tolerably fail duni.Dookii : HAY GRAIN FEED &c. you can find anything that a well regulated 1 Store ought to offer. It impuwible to enumerate. all, but 0n.t

i ".jt. .1'1', acquaintance with other sections, and consequently I I ....... .......;,............................................... VEGETABLES: will,mention a few items. and their l.rk'C-viz.:
: : : 141 Hay Su, SAVANNAH, GA. I
/ the
'f ii1" We call attfiutiou to Registration
: ; : we have -no heoitancv in advising Finest 10 to 121 <<,ntlc. Detat mo Cotf. 22 to 2.i ceuti, Best Pin. : .
) BOOTS and SHOES ABOVE: NAMED FIRM have been enKa- lrinttl' 6 to 7 eents. Piquet peipaper .
I t .t. .and Election notices, and alm! to tlu list of those homes in Florida COme THE Chinese Fans, 5 'nL-., Uect flour $10 .
seeking to to Lti'inet fcr Iantyear :3; cvflt5. J'Kt! Brown Shining. 6 10 H cents, ct Family to 'U
.,-. .- .t 7 <, :. :.nam: '>> struck from the registration bucks.If tliislftctiun! though we arc nut so ever par -;)......;'*...*.....**..............................*....*.........: we handled in the Fruit over .'>OOOOO, *Orangi many years This. ;coming lU-ot Needles' I'r paper. 5 cents, J1l'r of llIeadling.8 10 10 cent, Bei4 Coats Thread tij cent, Be t Hog
f 'L.LI;; : i' : auy naotes have been improperly J erased, ticular a? to their coming to this county. waon we have made arrangement* for large ham: 8 to 15 cent's Itat Brogans $1.25;: to $1.50. Ladies and GenU Fine Howe 10 to 15. Bent Ontanrm, -
--:1: :: 'the to i of 10 15 cvntn. 1 Yard Wide Colored) Cambrics 10 to 15 cenU. lund Men1! and BojV HaU 25 cvnte.. 1-
: .:: .i.;. .pr&es call rerr giitcr by ZiilklflSlLth. GeiOemen's ciDtMinE UiiermrDaHJAlTISL.and (quantitie We now ben to "solicit Consignment* to
i : =0\0 ",:+.... .::, '" ''tke fct..., Jfiir Now that the effects of the gale which large, vuKiilT, choice Stock, guaranteeing prompt And!all other.Good* in proportion. WE KEEP OXJIAXD .\}' 'LL SUPPLY OF
: :
: Jof"J: -4
: : .t Thre will be 11. meeting at the Courtof occurred the first of!ast month, have been -- returns. refer to .
1I For reference C. wmot npectfully any} #
,n .'t. ..t._. ;'f ;!;..,.';!. ..} ;to-oJg: .all who fed any interest. in! fully realized, it i:5. very evident 'that the I : .,... of the l.iiik-i! or ]>u>ines* lit 1'en. II.of WARD Savannah.Reliectfully &.CO. ,, "* "' .
'G-'fr t+
:t1 ..c.n''n... .. '. nfi naSuctl1: : "I'!bkct Ft-'s" exert damage: to the orange crop is rtally-mucb \hi,, .V .'. September, 14th IS;". 3m.
1 :;;, A FU LL|LI X E OF Goods Notions Glassware Hats : ,
Saddlery Dry
than first and that
1F i JligetaiuU attendance of young at : thought; a prettyaverage ,/ 1 9 f r --- _
$: t .' 1"' crop will be gathered, as the Q. groceries & Provisions 3. N. HOOKEK. Cvnrs S NOIXmAS.". -
'p3op1e ., : "
1 .LV .
.r "t--:3':, .'.l.r ;.t.r : '- .: /:Sy J. .ebea' oft., death in the country bcre'at l least from a fourth to a tbirQtJ I .q.OUlt: munU.I; : : ,, RICK: BACoN() Hooker & Snodgrass. BO.OTS&SHOES, CROCKERY : .- .
li::' {'tl '. 'e stofterethueck; a .Mr Carlton, the1LT crop this year than for several yc&nJJ MNNEI: FRUITS: and! VEOETAIILKS. DUVLERS IN -

'..; 'lf.'tt 'Twife\ of i new comer of uuly a few weeks, Except in a few localities, the injury. fh the _DIlI Z'4c; ; PICKLE! ,, IJL'TTER MUSTARD CHEESE and SPICES.. 8ARSTCUACKERS GENERAL MERCHANDISE Provisions, Farm Implements &0. \ .

Li Sr :'I-: j: /-;died I laitjMondsyiuod; Mr.Frear, au old rice, cane and potatoe crops is muchy'than KEROSENE: : and PA I XT OILS i, SMOK1XC and '

1 : > g'.J .- ;. gc,,tIeuiudied1astTuday. << was supposed ; though, taking all* ill, it CHEWlXOTOHACVOSXUFKnml.: CIOARS of STOCK AND BEEF CATTLE, And a Thousand) other thing too numerous to be mentioned.! We'thanV-our Friend and Patron eor- .'
'i"' 4. ; "-"*" .-- I 1.' various(iiialitiai and brands.. PIPES and TOHAC- diallv for their Patronage heretofore )moWN on iw and trust by FAIR IE.\LIXQ AM KIND TREAT
i} : % t.F'):: : ;1 !! .tf tC&Ulf.Yeeting commenced must he admitted that the prese' ar has ,CO 1SOXES i,.and aim many, other article WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, MEXT: to merit a continuance of the !name. -.'

t.t.::! 'f( p': i &.f.rhur daJ'.f : E. Church been the worst for the farmip'-''' ta evei -'1. AND COUNTRY PRODUCE > ta/the Bmndoa :neighborhood: It will conp3I4c 'l. HARD"V'V' ARE, BOEHM' BENDHEIM & CO. i
: FL.\
: : < ,,; ioue'icHi .' dtoomorrow and hear known in this portion o( However FORT MEADEj
& jr:: we o .
; : : Stock of
.t. CROCKERY We call to our
"f' the indications are fc, U Hy! <<:
le attend from once
who waut to '

h g f.'!i; l4: ,IoW&".':1! 1j"'( p' ., I It more resuming its normal u and equitable wOOD' dc TIN'"W""ARE, DRY GOODS, 143 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, Georgia,.\- ',

t "i. |j i 0* ***: $* would$ *gl..'remind i ur. ange- condition, and.*uch an.Ih.; <4 year may Cutlery &C.9 HATS, CLOTHING, .

,,;: :.jj#-. *. grower* and merchants of.the impolicy: of begimuiig not occur during a natural lifetime.) We predict -. ; : HOOTS;, CA1-S.: Manuafacturers of the Celebrated CIGARS : .
: Including Pocket and Tale) Knives* and Fork*, Ila-
; ,j l t ; to !tuP.Ogei Uw early ia lhe seat a dry, pleasant winter. XSGX sun',"Shear, Soizzor* fccv hOSIERY:> t SHOES.FANCY COTTO BOLL, PAPAGEXA. WELCOME( .1 I .
t : v .beforsjthey' are mature and "partially GOODS; NOTIONS, GOLDEN IHJG HAPPY LOVERS : WLfR
: j GO\08.\ ; PANDARO
:, ;:t I' ;; '. :"ljyii, at.l leant. Bitter; to send less iu number We regret to noti;{ ite a numberof ,A GREAT VARIEY OF FANCY Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, I ORIENTAL. '\.}; J.IJoPICUREAN; ,. c'

; ..... '' .and of good quality than to spoil the market our youths contracting the habit of smok All of.which he wUhtH toooll it the LOWKSlLIVING : GOLDEN FLEECE, NATIVE; AMERICAN, JASMINE. "'
,.ij' .', : with greeu.fruit., PRICKS: SADDLERY AND FARM TOOLS, .I. -
1 k ing. This is a bad habit to fall into, and -
", And full Line ofGroceries SOtYTIPP.'T:: : A.O-EISTTS .
a FOR :
i > \ :- ]man named STump killed another like all other habits it is much easier to CASH or Approrei COUNTRY PRODUCE. / -

{ ." .... named -r- in Hernando County week Gooili) marktil lit the I ()".(."t Cash & Provisions
t.l. ': ; t i avoid contracting it than to leave ito, ; for, are .r\
1t ,. Prices. The Mock incomplete in everything keptin Seidenburg & CO'S. Key Vest Cigars '
and .
,.7' .! :!"T .beforeIuLThey were brothers-in-law as the Duke ot Wellington said: "habit ten a well-ru ilated Morel Hi ill old citMtonuTx, and We will keep a Large Stock' of Substantial Good.*, i ,
j i ; it seems they had some: difficulty about the the' invited call and and poll them au low M they can be wild and pay \ '
the public netjerally are to examine -
times to
7. ;,""'1 division of the crop which they had mad inpartnership. nature. According highest hi" toek "' ore lurehaxing t.lICt'whdtJ the Highest i Price for the Produce of the Farmer Dill's, Schofield's & Fuller's well known Chewing TOBACCO'S, .: :
: medical authority..there is no doubt but that allell'tel'kmtl1.STOCK,
: We Dot learn of the
auy Xo
d.ld. Charge Matte for ulioicing Good
.., : :: 4 ;;: particulars of. the killing.Mr. .. smoking leads to heart disease and variousnervous --- i AND BEEP" CATTLEa.Fiirnilied IN ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES. }.;, .' .
,.;i 1 J,- : I : Order solicited and LOG CABIN : '
If> 4; which show on'short notice. .
.t(: i'-i: Vector' brought the news down derangements may ID' s. iAL Hatii-faction guaranteed.Tampa GOLDEN'EAGLE, "'- Jt
1. '0' .
.. : : 'r last Thursday that a negro man had killed a themselves, however until middle or advanced June 15th 78. LOVE AMONG TIlE ROSES I' .

:", i' .... ot: woman of the.same race at.. Crystal River. life. Even a few distinguished physicians Sellli-\V eeltlT Service '

; t : ;<:..i, We (unable] to. learn any particurars. have not hesitated to'assert that, as a TVoticc O c 111 c 11 ii i aI SIll o It: in g- : rrObftcCo. r' -:. J :
thu and Jump are in HEREBY
: Both man
'Flf J;'t: > choice between evils, they would much prefer : Tp IS County Commissioners of HiIUlM\
: .: : jj,7iie"Virgin" organization of what is their sons becoming constant tipplers thanto their l.tM meeting, to-wit oa the third day of Sep-; .. Sole ..lgeitsfor VANITY FA IR Tutnicco am'UUtlrd. *. i i
: i j Ease Buds is. still extant in I CEDAR KEYS AND TAMPA teniherA. D. 187S, made the following\ order viz: -- ---- ---'- -: !I- "_ \
'f1ja.the the of tobacco. .
.: become addicted to use Ordered that the of in Election District S. BENTSCHNER
,o, W We understand that two_ young i. jJar: voting H. A. STTJLTS: & CO, .
1 ? -Tampiu i iu for there is No. five of this Iw and is !
be warned
to fondle "che-I Boys time nothingthat VIA WIXATEEAND; EfiMOXT. (o) county. hereby I.4.
.1 ?!J who are just,beginning Successors to T. J. Dunbar '
< gents changed from "John McDonald's place in Sec.7, WITH Co "-
themselves be said in favor of the habit, and :- !
; 'l rootsind' fwct caned, presented can "
; BY STEAMER Township 28, S. Range 19, E.. to Kobert A. Jack-
__ : *ne afternoon lately for initiation iuto the mysteries much against i it, to say nothing '0(;its beinga turn's Homestead house on the owl of Sec. 18,Town I t: L FALK Co., I1lilE1LStflEALERSIN .

:,J ,..;... of this society. One of them came out moth& continually knawing at one's income., hip 2S, S. of Range 19, E. .
3 : with his'face ufan ebony color, while the Tampa, Florida Sept. 17lh 1878. Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in CHOICE OLD WHISKIES \
: order of the Board of Count Commissioner ,
By "
r : other took the hint and decamped At Miller & Henderson's, W.(. C. BROWN GENT'S CLOTHING WINES; ,BRANDIES. ,GINS,CIGARS. .

-. Will be found at all times the Largest Ex. Officio Clerk B.ar.l.Lvengre&rr4 .
Henderson arrived FtMJtt Freshest and Cheapest (for cash,) line' AW Proprietors of the Iebrated. -t
Lime '
The Steamer N. Y. .
; __ 324 Broadway '.
1; t ask renewed twice week INDIAN VEGETABLE BITTERS. : -
: last Friday and. remained till to-day of Groceries which a 1' I Madsen
: 'S :: watting\ for a load of cattle which were per S. S. T. J. Cochran, from New York, St. i BRANCH HOUSES: 131 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, GA. '

'. &JT9, .- ready on account of some mtsundcr- Louis and Savannah, by the car load. A I Kten a complete I Kock of Cor. Whilaktr & Con. I, Cor. Wentworth: KingSu.Sw. \ k.:

; &?*-. 1standing.not few ofthe leading articles are Corn, Flour, T. J. c :J1-IIt4N.: : PAINTS, / OIL Savannah_,.Ga.. .| Charleston. C. A. B HITTER '". ...f1'
and left Beef Pork Hams Butter, La>d, : .1"
I eatley City arrived Tuesday w. P. JACKSoN, MASTER. and (GLASS, on hand.Fnrnitiiri AUGUST PETERSON, ; ; 1
early Wednesday, morning with a load of Cheese, Crackers, Sugars etc., also the finest Leave Tampa TU ESDAY!foi Cedar Kl''''.* 'made to onler. Also\ all kind of. Picture .f<, '
assortment of canned goods ever brought to FriUTir a"3\.1e\ Practical Painter
: :Arrive at Cedar Key on WEDNESDAY.Leave .: ; at [1-'ri"I. .
: : this market. We thank our friends for their .l ,
Cedar KevDS..U.: : \Y for Tampa,
renewed the citizens of
LEAVE: inform
the to Tampa
: VTe call attention heretofore and invite all of BEGS
fa Llercbt.r&tI.iD this issue.Meesrs.JE.Lip liberal patronage ; Arrive at Tampa} (.n THURSDAY.Leave Land for Sale. vicinity that he i is now prepared to Ill)
; .z, cards of ome of our them to call and satisfy themselves on the Tampa FRIDAY for Cedar Kevn t fctaining of land .with 800or..n PAINTING in all its branches: -Ho\u'e, Sign. Carriage .
; comb&Co. have just points we present: for &their interest. A liberal Arrive at Cedar Key on SATURDAY. : ICO acre )otO\"IIine f.. and Ornamental Painting,-Graining and .1' '

c received alargeetock of goods which they price will be paid for all products,of the Leave Cedar Kt y' on SLJNL.tY.For 'SATURDAY. for Tampa) se, or trees the-!name:V'OO) of place which with are 160 now acre bearing additionalfor rOO Paperhanging having practiced.1 the trade fortwenty Boot and Shoe Maker, .. '_ ..

offer for sale. at the most reasonable prices. surrounding country that we can dispose of Arrive at Tampa on excellent HUll)l); Thin. place i* located in the Clear 'year* in Europe anti America. He engages; FTERERY: notifies" the public that he has ... >
.Eicht across the street from the above Oct. 12tb-t ;Freight-or Passage (having Water Mi-lion, t 2! mile* from Hay View on Old Taiupa to execute all his worlc with neatness and acctiracy. LJL luhcdaSIJOKSHOP! : inthe? Ghir boildijf .
_i. .i firm. one caD .step into Mr. E.. A. Clarke's Tampa, accommodations) apply r ,to the Captain on and1}* mile,. from Clear Water lilutF. It U tle1itcd N. B. (;intining. Sign t and ()m\IIlt'nt.ll'aintin: v and M. I'reparvd to do all work in hU line with t:

which U chock full of new' goods ando SYRUP BARRE .a.Wrtecl'"iU'lllt. boardorto \ 1 :nnd lieahhy. For particular: :apply it thi .'II.iahy. Workhrt|' in Masonic Building. I cntrfns and di."i'alrh. !
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I t! TGOOLECTION.[ ) ) : MlIItBJo ai BiiD fCN'CoL 14N. -; THE-; EXCELLEN E .' JLJSTARThVLNdI I The jreatDemocfaticl ;

> tin Miller. |I' W.'B.. Henderson '" .
,,;,: ., **i ?Wtr : i "- 1 \. AT : ,., ._ or 5-. .If'. -"- ''ji,.."-"_ _
f\ -. To allan :' S "UTH-E S J<:
r 11 W. G. Ferris' r
.f" ,.. ,$t&tteof Florida I Agt. : _
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: t -1 H sretaryof StaJ'.o(th.' attof .Florida, .. ] : ,- -LI";; ', '
J '- ,:' : Sheriff of .themrA& \1: : 2 S STAPLE DRY GOODS ; '
do hereby iwtifrftU'Md ttngclarlhe S l
) : $ $L : t I S M I Ji GNEY.tJ: : ,{ .,
*>ti $$tfGtori nwidaitat;: ; MANUFACTURED BY TilEMerchaits' '

<. ilf; i T;AG 'ITN ECRT.Av tE ITFC tl.crN I WIio1eaie'. ,. ; :-. ,. &flettil1. -1-1flEALER.S1 LADE'' GENT'' & CHILDREN'S' HATS & Shoes; -' _, ; ..;/ -f.1- %;-___

of.Bostoh : : .
r i-5 !A \ t : )Vfl leh1i2n.each" Copnty in.Florida, Tobacco Co., Mass., S Tin and Crockery Ware. :' i I ,. : ,.. ", -r'f'J : _

.t:1i'\: ;' 'OTaesd y:)fext.Succeeding 'the 1st < tV I. i I "

: ,>i. ". Monday, in.November,-.A.,.D,, '1878",. ', Can be Tf'ted byjthe 1 fastiJionn thewt-rit. by calling on 1 leading dealer,or applyin. for sauiplw to u rgentll Hardware/Cntlery ifilow odeniare: Z- ::1fr---' _

:i 't.! the said Tuesday, being the 5th fur tJle'-Itmth..m' State S ,- .. :
; : "Kvtrv: has rl'utent Meal -iM" with I'rl.tlantA.ToL&CCO thereon. 'V
.,:l_ ,'';;: : '. .. .dayofsald2iovcmbcr-, .)Assorted Merchandise plug a : PUENITUBE.COOK STOVES, &c\ I "'. "
4. I BOEIIM( BENDHEIM & CO. Savannah Gco.AttANY .
t' : : i'Jt TOt ortc,Representative of the Flirt CongrcnaonalDUrricl : $
..', ; '. ; ort'orida in &e Fortv- xth.C-ongreag. of --- B RIDLES3ITTS, SPURS, &c UTITRTII1OPEN1NG tof,.Mather yolltkd t* _

; : '. .:":',.1i "'..'" .. ,,tht'nik4Stz4t, :*; X :'" .. t; Moi5dNOirisrH; & NEJ TT. campaign and losinew eeIIIOD' ,we'aenrjj-., to .; 'v" .
t.:, .r'1 ;;":;; For one liepreoentalivcW the Second Congrew- Receiving, Forwarding HEAVY AND LIGhTGROCERIES present the'chum of the l.} ; ..

-$4 i' r. na1LuHofld&iaiIheortv.uthCongrcwt- ,. : 4, J :i\IA.CIINIsr: AND 1 OUNDERSI j I PAILY,MORNING NEWS'. ;i. :t 2i :

; ,it..,.".VS:*. 0- ,0 of the jUniei State/* 1 I to nage of the'p bli(. : '0" \- ':iffi ,
; \ntluli"weaamednat'neraJ.E1ectionwil! 1 befitId : I ,
to P 'I- tbepatE' that 'reDdeftd.w'' : r.t _
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4'. :*&; 4 :. S EAS'MJR6AD STREET, NEAR.ATLANTIC AND GULF R. R.. DEPOT, < FLOUR, CORN, GRITS, MEAL RICE. I jMilar will I*maintained,and the ample' C ].
c : r' :, .Iii the Count/.of Hanta ROM for Senator from14 \ .
. T \ ,' OATS, BACON, PORK, SALT, COFFEE, faeilitie t f the *lk.hment devoted to'i&akiBg it' tt'1
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.to p 0 '; :;" .'t.I Ie"Utl. t5tn1lt.to.&a.u..1nct; S \ SAVANNAI-I GA.. if > i'lc( .null more worthy of the -confidence ana : .f'
E> Commission :
< -;:; 1 : In the Coumie pf Washington and llolme for Merchants, ,) patronage,of the people oftJeorgia and KlorkUu 7" .'I:..
. aS.-niof ft'ura the Fourth Senatorial District ..: ,
'; ; : !1. The edi orial department will'!* 'conducted. \i U' 5

r rt'.. 'f' ...< ".., '. '::1':t '3': ixth'In).thSCuantfof Senatorial t', District Gadsdcn;. for' a Senator. from the L' TAMPA,'PLA. J MANUFACTURE. OF. SUGAR MILLS AND PANS A SPECIALTY. D 1l Y A ND CELEBRATED SALTED ME HAMS..A T S,; same heretuforewithitligni&d time; witb'"i r M And niodeintiuu earnest', devotion but ,M.ta,to* 'It.m, .'_ _

: -., '." In the County of Leon for a Sctiltot.from. the."lX" the int..I\4. of our JIt".tiou. antI IQ the l'rintiPtft, -, :,-

.: ,, '" ..': .. Eighth t rial1Jistrid.; OUR MILLS AND PANS GUARANTEED; FOR ONE YEAR. Canned 'fuitA.antl Preserve oj all kinJf,. tit'I ..'nIlt.u. Ihiuocratic' I';.. 1t.Stae-UtiersL4' ), 1..Xi,

(5 : !," .:. .i-::: h&thVuantyofMdionfora Senator from the -i- : i ltfli Tdti't.lplil! n-w. deparinthit, :and its :beau ". t.r. '
1t--- : :" i': : Tcntli Senatorial Ditfrict;' 12, 13, 14, 16 hud IK Inch Mills. i an.1 cotnnireial columns will be" if J4'np :to their C f\\ 7:
f. ", -i t : : In4he\PtLrni.of.Tly1or and LaFayette for i TOBACCO &SEG.l\.RE.
t' } (hut l "taitdadofeuiipletens.{ ) and reh.sbihty.and -:J : '
1 it ': 'c., ,' f '.f Motor from the Twelfth Sena orlal Dwtrict; aO' STOCK 1tASIiL'E SEI.ECTED WITH 30, 40, HO, 60, SO and 100 Gallon Pan provemenu maJe wherever they maY niggeat 4> m. ; .. "";
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f":; ; :" In the Omntjr of(.alumina for. a natorfom the SPECIAL HEGAItD TO THE WANTS OF And ":1\". lij' n ,'urJ. the )101. I 'G Nh\V8, willcomprise 'f ; 5
Grocericx of lie
,;". 'i1,... 'NfJ ,; "Fourteenth tiui.wriAI.JfuctnM; THIS SECTION: AND THOSE WHO FAVOR(' Being made of ,the BEST )MATERIAL are'utrong, durable S Fancy every variety kerm| evvry feature that render' the newpaperof : .t.J j

-c ; :: _*J.-: .:. I In the County of NaMU for_a Senator from the WITH.ThEIR TRADE AND CON FIIENcE.: : J I 4. on suit hand the a large stock of and Good otlertlhem Substantial (I HHU thin to 1 totlny ultm'etiVe, ,I its patron* may confident ".t'.._-' '
; I.'*& '" f. Fixtcenth Senatorial District; For the information of all we enumerate a few of i at1.t convenient. A twelve years' experience enable us to offered(country before.IQ trtvle. cheaper ly" I'luk l to its 'ageH foithe 1 latcrt i I\N'IU6lI'"I.ta..J'e9! ;J 't., .J '4 ,
? : : "L i I .: 1 ., In th .County ofDuval for a Senator from the the articles ever Yielding no Pi Iii '
; we keep Y.. bfTer our patron SUPERIOR: IXDUCEMICSTS'to) call and Fatuities, HoteU and Ship supplied at the ganl to current evenu. rIah1 .: J ;
3E :* !' : 13ghtecQtk.t-natoriat' ; 1 .. S lowest own prQler] field it will allow no totnpetitortoout'.fr- ..f
't' : ,-: T: '1 he Co aity,61 Orange foriSenater from the' I ConstaJltlj" OIL f" II.Jld'' fee u or addrew u< by mail. ___ _____ rate strip it In jourualL4iccnterprLse.the .', ";" t l 0 h
.1 .4 Twentieth: Senatorial District lli ules well known \ i h.
: EVE 0 u. P. ESSEX, M. P., 5 t. t%' w 9
,. '; :' -s;<.:" -.4 '- "- Tweuty-aeoond la the County of.llernando'Senatorial District fur' a Senator; from !' For Sale, and we ofler them and all 'other* in; out S ,, MANUFACTURERS OF Dentist, Physician& Surgeon. )AILY MORNING JfE- >V8 *. ..!4 t. .t 1.Jj
:' t I ft the Oumy Monroe for a Senator from the Stock at the lowest figures with ( ood.can be Hold in & JENSEN We pubiisli. \ mamm th-ti bt-I4ge '. j&TJfcr 5 .tS t
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.. : ::l;' ,J. ? .. Twentyfourth Senatorial District;' this III art-. InDRY IRON. AND. BRASS CASTING. IRON FRONTS FOR STORES. NEVE ; TIlE WEEKLY Aritisy 1Q5,*> L: '5-' tl..lthe

.. ti. : i !i : ID the Gmnty Walton fur a Senator from the S DEALERS: IN largest: \jiai'erinthe] Soernft1'Thti pa" .

: fhl' -. .,' J. Twentv-tifth Senatorial Di.itrktg j : GOO :iS ; BRACKETS, I IRON RAILING, ETC., per contains rarefill' compilation y of thtgenerml A. :
) }s.. : 'f :: .. In the! Cuunty ofSuw unec ot.a Senator, from_ 5 news frotn {he daily issue*of the Feck,".Telegraphic] 01., l
L-puchn j mid market n"rort.t.care folly eoitedgii Iw' ': i
:c .;: :! In the Cotmtie* of Polk and:Manatee for a Senator -. a good of .\ *nlti.>r.d and'Military J Department with | 'i

,: from the T1I"C ty WORK ,
i :."..".'' In tll Coimlit of Clay' and Baker for 'a Senator Ladies Dress Goods and Fancy Calicoes, met fllut. | F:' ,
.; t 24> froui Twcutrcighth Senatorial District; : ETC., ETC. 6writUn >
: ,. ;}i 1 f. :: In t14. t.'cu tvoIu.; 4 itt- fat a Senator from tIle. DOMESTIC. Goons; both Northern' and Southern \ / OF ALL KI'1I:>S AND STYLES Fun CHURCHES, STOUES AXI) MVELLINGS.SEND ; S j ir f:
( attention the ly for its' l> 1I.11U1at.lItoo,; '
: J0 Twui.nInUtatoria1 DUrictrCo'tnty Manufacture. Special given to COMPOUNDING <'. cxpten page y j :t .r.i
FOIL cmC L.\US. 12 78. I 1
'". "" In t1 If.J1U18Lul'Ougb for a Senator,from ,. t May ly. I'i !hu" tll "i..in jB 'lI1all'l'lll'n.4iv entertaining |u.r l -\1,

T .'the Tliihi..th&'oatorial1JiAtr t..1 A Pull land of S Prescriptions *lnlCU\"t' uullYI n 'IIIt41I'r. t11 #
HOSIEBt" Physicians'
JE.: IiIPscoB: : Sc TA.PA. PIJA..
S .,fri 'f: Jnth. U JntI.CL Johns for a Senator from the :. \. S TJlL I SUN IY TF-IXGliAM: J.,| :} ,

.: q '1>::, / Thirty'rstlSonatorial District; NOTIONS in this Department almost "ORDERS 'unl.i\ia "' ..,and, Telegraphic new uiSuturdar .'\"4_
every 'Solo I A bent s for the I Counties I i of lIiIl&bro lgh, Hornamlo and Polk, AND .FILLING COUNTRY L I' ..1' ,
::: 1 4'\; \ 'In tluj Cuuntv of Levy for Senator from the variety, 5, j i .t""lt. .. :.: 'f"' .; : .
t.< -S ""Thirty',x n4 Senctorial. Dutriet. TEETH FILLED, K."C'fR.\Vnn.: and .AUTI i'S tz'Lu4.RtprIx jPRtIIADi ': )
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It*S ft' ': .t ;;. ; "flic H.-rfamni.lecU-d I at the (?netal..lfd10n in : THE BAGDAD SASH FACTORY CO. J-'ICIAL TEETH on CELLULOID: ASK: iiwrtitl I," 51)ailvix. niontli. $5,00; twelv .ipoiiths $10,00. .;

; 1 the ycaij.. U,.1878, fn m the Twenty-fifth, T\enty- Jeans, Cassimeres & Cottonades, for Men's wear in the best possible manner, and SATISFACTION S! Tri-) kl,,t ix !momh-t.*"?,W);,Iwlrv montius$ vOO.The'Wcxklv' ) .. t;.. j
(;U.t ILtNTEED. $I, Utwtive months, : .
iv ." 'vrntItI'w.nty-nbth and Thirty-tin Districts, an ixmohth\: .J. :
it -. '0 <. treated by Ihi..\. Khali l be elected (ot' the term of From which the mort fastidious .always. .find wime- We are nl-o prepared to do all manner of 'work! ': e2)1;, vt\ : ,...'.J '.t

: t. t two ycafr TSilyj\but thott electcd at ( iera1t. Elec- thing to pleatte. OfBeadyMade Offer for sale at Tampa their Goods consisting of In the Sunday Tojin( ), i-Lx .month, $1,50; twelve }' ., J'bltllllh. .- .

t: I.' .. lion thertA&cr ahall hold for the term of four yearn; Jewelers' and Watch Makers' Liner.ALL ., $U-V. -5- '' |; ;-' :1
: i l.. 2nd all (dither Senator elected at a ifneaal! Election Clothing Money i JJt be sut t<> my adirvnnr! by regintervd .: ...-. !
All sizes of Glazed Sash ;Panel Doors .
; :'; ,1aR l IICiJ-l for.four yearn," Lawn. .oj Florida, ClupI ; WORK WARRANTED. litter, or P. 4)). ulll'r.a'. MT" CI>-K:-' S ; .4.. 1

t. ; : tt'r 3,029.>: Section 3 -- For ){('n'* wear, we offer a good range ofStvIc .We invite attention to'our STOCI.1'aniiua. K. S ILESTlLt;, ; :
in eofli of the Conntid of the and iIia.it S : Window& Door Frames Fthi.l.I '77. tf. :Whilixker( St., Savannah(Tal .
I t i And rep&tivc ? Y price, and we make it a )Mint to have/ them ._ : :'_ _- __. ." :t: 1 -fJ\
; : State a (O/eacral Election for i its Constitutional num fit the taste of 11I1rI.ha..r--an.1. to complete the S cc -
sS berof nkembvrt of the General Assembly, to-wit: suit, we otferHats .- 5 1 Window Blinds J. H. IRA.USE 1-- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS i ':
.. j Ertcambia county three; Santa llona.eounty two; \ :

t Waiton LiMuit/Jwo; Holme county one; Wah- And Cisterns from 1000 to QOO Nofik.'eof Disciit 'g d. <: .
gallons S [Corner Franklin & Zuek. Street*] i
J'. in gfonjc0unfyooe; i'ranklin county one; Calhouncounty'obe of the. Latest St vie ( .
Jacknon three Ul er coun. TAMPA, FLA. I ( tROM. DATE: the underigncd, .
; county ; y
V Orders received and perfected by MILLER & HE Agt's.Tampa ,
tv WakuIIa iiadsden pERSONt ] >4 tLeet.ittf Joiali (J'au.x, It11".1.
one ont
r ; county : county r
Fla. ISlh 187$. DEALER: I late of will .,
tnree;: Lconcounty1uriefln'ou' county -four; May t tt' l. M.uuUvei.uiity. prvMirihU %c- \ .-, I
: : Madison county three; Taylor county one; Hamilton : And S _S imnN ail l litin'ity ,.ttlt-bl'T" ti, tile CountvHunt .J u.ge! of nuid ., '

county two; Suwannec county two; LaFayttc ; BENJAMIN/ & PARCELL I turn tiiiiil :eii: nil'1, .1 i.Iuarg' trout i ." '

L ( county one; ColumMa county three; Alaehiia Boots and Shoes :11.1 ;utiiinj.4r.ta.r-.ii.! ,. 5S ;
county f ur; Levy county two; lrulfonl! county IRON, STEEL, NAILS SIM,' CHANDLERY: ; I::t"H.\TIS .\l. Jloro."j! -:
'. .two; Clay conntjronej: Baker county one; Nassau STATE AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF THE ItriLDERS 11.IW)\.\m.: HOUSE: CARl'.EN-: r )Iul.lt.Ilt.| l..tl1.! 1 i'7. em'' ... 1
That combined the desirable quality of comfort anti) .
.,' county two? Dnval rount'louri' ; SL.John county nrnLiJitv-anti als, the more di irable one of hiding ; 1 1'LIIX i It tilt' Cl ritit.:('ouit. nt' .h.tlkIaI l t.ir- / <

S h'O'ohl : county (Ine;; Orange county two; the dcfonniticHof an ugly foot and making S/Winjd Engine and Pump Go's. Goods I cult tit* 1lurltta; for lN,lk.County. I .., ." :
Putnam 'Jlllttwo; !Marion county two; Sumter Tinware Hullowffars & WootaareCrockery
% county fro ilcrnando county two Hillslioroughwjnty handtsime foot look more beautiful still. Stoves: St 1.1.1- 1 I' VAnlI.V;I IN, 1 r.ill: fur IHvorwwith av /
; ; *
s.A:s.f twtr; Polk county one; Manatee county one ; Consisting oi the Celebrated I .; V prjiver for eatoily".lOSKl'IIlI.VArnilX. .!S/ ;'-*" :
Doile jrounty'one Brevard one Monroe Tabl.anti I\nket inn ) eluilu!. 7
; county ; HARDWARE ware, Cutlery, -'. '
r. wnnty, "0. OUR STOCK QF &c., Pi-loli; .\lIIl11l1l1it t1n, and IxK'k A ehoiei*'upplv of .tI'1l'AlNO{ 'rUTHI':- (UU'P |aVxtIiedcfiii 1t I"I,
; -- And on the fame day there will he'J..1t in each- HALLDAY WIND MILLSFARM I'IT .kint Jo-iepU II, Vaughn a. n.it I.*" without'tliis i -: J

i' county of the State a leneral Election for ConstaMe Comprises everything in that line from a Needle to a State, lo-wlt : iu the :I.Ite "f IVuivylvuuivi** ... .

iJ I ". *,ca-Ji county being allowed and entitled to one S (I ri ulitone.. S ___ Farming Implements of all kinds/t 1II.IIt i ordiiuiryjproivss .1'111 n-'t lYe scrve.fiut hintj'Itit ,r '; '... &c.'i

1 r Constable for every t'cy, hundred registered voters We offer j-xwllent DEDKOOM( FURNITUIIK, S A'ND ''i or.U-n- tliii .he npHirt| : diiunr plead 1 1.t r answer. fIt

>; in the<;nay; provided. ,however that no county consisting of lie-dreads, Tublcs, Wa.h Standi., ,I.S I. : Such ns Tr-iee, Plow, 1I.ll1ll'l4X. ('.:11I I ,H.lkcc, the l bill iileil ('in saul i ttlse.fl <>r .Uffonj the first ". \ S. :. :1.
'- thall have more than twelve l'4ablcs; yetthat Chairs &c. In S It:Monday i.1i.l.1I1l.r. .\. 1 I' 1S7>, 'ur.i derrw/"*- "? .

.. .- nClI'co tv shall be entitled to atJca two Constables Ropes Paints and Oil, 'r'fra.u wi't !l.. tkn tigain4 Jlln'. :1 Br

S ; : tvgardlc-s of the numl:of registered voter'. \ PUMPS. ,I jI| And it is fuHlier onleml that this:t>ner* .be i IItI ih' .1
S -: .attention of Sherifls i. called to the law re Groceries Provisions, h'iLMtiO t..CSIL'NI' rUln' t Ii.r tile "lilt' qC ,., 41
Notions S
quiring'them ,to cause a copy of this notice to be \L c Dry Goods, ; 'three month,bmv" ; wtek niii.wwiTv\lr. | ,

P IrtibliiOrtHl.in a ncw iiaper j>rinted in the county, ifS ,| 4 W.ILVAUX, tI'KiU t ; '%
S tlieriivbe a j>aHr in the v uutv'antlf there be no We alwav' keen a full Stuck, as this is ocr. I'ET- .' X.! L. Feed Tanks Rubber Hose Root: Shue, I Eats Cap, Fancy GixnU: Umbrelhw.Always ; i I h i'.ntii Coiintior ilii-*\..mt'I, .

S paper published in the county they shall caju>e at LIAHDKPAKTMENT. Mills, on hand and, nix-iving fre't'h Mtpplie of tate..f11u.r4t.i! I S J J tsP1 I

S least five cnpic.*of this notice to l be jn>. ccl l in the In our St mont jujblic pbeec in the county. ofTinware Water Pipes Points etc. etc. __ Groceries & Provisions.Which I :i This U to t..rtiftllat the'foreyg S '

For die information of all concerned and in obedience ill is of the ori inif file in
: : ) : a true; :: .. 'L4 ; .> -'-_. to(he requirement of the law. I have caused Wood and Crockeryware, S S I oiler at bottom. priccx, for Cash or the :, mv, nllir .. L' 5- __ 5- S J.

S :'- t to be-pll v.llod the laws governing, elections and Sul.Agent3 wanted in each county to whom\ liberal d6cotint.. ._5 Produce of the Faruur. la Wi.if: ulii rc,if I bt'fI'llI1ulft.t-nn": hand anti .- !,

'_ ':hail rwpit'l the fame to the Clerks of the With Bake Oven*, llake Pan, Pots, Heating and will be givcu.\ For Ibices, terms, Ac., send stunm for i-irclars. Olii.i.i! Snl at| 1'lrhuli.- -> I llt.'i! lay tiC July" '(,:; .i"
1 : ;; Circuit Courts in the several counties. Cooking Stove '. BLACKSMITHINC. .\.II.I..7l.I "-. ..YARNCl ,- S'. 'i1i_
: 1. In tort whereof.! have hereunto wt S 1ll' N.J.tMIN & P.\RCg, Taw- !a.Haynswortli |I ikTircnit Court Polk iiitv'l-la. .
S .:::1 t. nwny my We keep all kinds of Stationery in common nsc, fur! 4 :
: \\ .*..han.I and, have hereunto alFixi-I the .also School Hook and Blank Ikxikn., --- connection with tlii- I am tin-pared to d 1.. all i TuII\i. Jiil\1 !J,.,IU. "- : ", .

it ; :'- .1L.S], " ,'. ".. 'Tallahassee, the Copitol this", the ixtecnth :- North and South and are prepared ttj supply at short ) qu\! SMmilNU. At% with IIi, j: : : Ji:. "

: ,,.,:, '. dav of. ;\', A. I). 1878. notice all kind of goods I : in any quantity* that tony }oitiihle terniN ->. ,| .7'. .- .
.,. + .5, _><; : ': ,t.O!.". BIAJXIL.U1, be ,1f.1I J"t'1. VIAIKIM) : rs good supply of WajrK |n. ('ar!"," 1'iippiex i il i i'ell .. .. .

; Aug.SV:: ? Secretary of State. In arranging our bii"ine a we have nol forgotten% I Aucti OTleet, l Itarrowit, &c., on hand. Please giv'*,me!acull. t 5'5' ..' '.. '

t .t-.OOX'dURREN1 that the physicial JKIWCW of man IIOmetin requires STOrVESIt. a \'_2iLh,2Ly S i; -5 .'... T ; .,
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this .
: refroJiment meet want we have provided a 1 S AND ,
: -- .:.,:., nelati \ > -'* Saloon on the river, known ax C. E. PARCELL iiitiirr t \.1- .
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.; Call of a Convention to Ret 5 '

: o:0.i" : ;.: vise'the Constitution. TIle ..LO ivii: j It. CommissionDEALER )[Etre1S hal & Contractor. : ''."-''"' ,(
Architect .. .
: tte /'Yorft/a rfprtnenleJ J
; 7er'p1e of State.of in I ., .:O' '
,1Mte GAd lufmbly, do raolre u fotloict: That it i i. IX Pff AND LEClFICATUNKFurn' A '-'t.r".jJ. "j
4 Which is furnished -with Pur of the let oI fr I .. '. .
p. : i'r determination of this Legi .aturc that it is necary a Sb iI' (/,1//1, a g.0 e,.;,... l.'m'I.oll", .. '( .-'. .
i ion of the entire Constitution ted for : .
-**- tOTjinse a re\ TIN & 1IAKDWAHE 1 Buildings -
( (1" Tin t ; '-
g FlnrMa that this determination be 1'01.-/1, "" lUll'tI.t'qtl. \
< i of the.State of ; : ,
: ienteft1 u ibn tbe'ropccuvo Journals of the two Liquors and Cigars, I .\ .flit-nil :ortiiient <>f tin and hardware every r. ':.
description. Kerosene oil taiik-".Iitll tin ; I
the and t"lII. : c .
with : I
: ."-- Irwwesof'thin' Legislature i referred, the yeas naysand A I5ILLIAUD RfKM and TJ': -.l'I1,1.1\, ihiirns; M-iviH, dipjHTi, Diatih rafet., water cooler; *, IWEST 2J FLA_ Estimates, ,jd when desired. ':-
: that the to LogWature
I f .4H i next hereafter to'be name choi>en, and hall be published where leisure ran enjoy itself in the W8it likes tn\e' pilues, lanl c.ine, jKr IMIXO, JM,itato grater", Corner Front & Puval Streets, f'lIl't'ril1l'n.1in i oLr/f inn.ii)in <>f .liuildinr n S;.

rJ'Id.. in at leant three new pa]>cni of ,this State for th'rcenioroth lie.st that un.l Prince where of nil]nar-Kc.'llCt.wants will In, promptly' "1I1'plil..1h CH-cktiilc| (1W", 'cake U ii-i, jelly nioiil'l',iln-i p.in, tt it; ': ': *before the time for chormng the next Lcgilatore. | toilet i-ct,(101111'' sprinkU'r, DoMrcjr J };hiuurp.ittvpans ,Notice. .. .
w.Ullo ir(>n-it cotltH.* toilU, linotive sat: irons II(1T1fllIlCiS1)IOl(1\ ) ( ( ; .: I.'
::5T H ., ; Col. W. T. HASKINS, waiters chafing itirhes, and{ I "
". -- water JIMS, nyi.tcr tea joNlTALTONlAuctioneer; ITTEROCEftMAb J. ,
i1f,",. :" : t I,-W.- D BLOXHAM, Secretary of State of the Foe"
.tate of Florida, do hereby certify that the al>ove is SADpTIT1 i iS : II 7,
of <
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To meet the Transportation .l. out tradewe l '
an.Cuttel.ing .
k- true Lcorrcct of the original now on file ; :
.. a copy ', .
have Schooner called the GKU. 11' ]JlLlit ". .
"..: ':. : : in. this office, that runt regularly Done" Order and all work WAKIUXTT.I | Harrnesij Maker: Upholsterer &c.: ':
4 <:, In testinuury whereof I have hereunto .et my to ) NOTARY PUBLIC, CUSTOM HOUSEBR01cER ..
i: ., : hand and affixed the Great Seal I of the State of Flois T.un'11.... I .r. 1

.5. ';.,_ Ida thin fifdi day" AitgtK A. D. 1S7S.'SEAL Between this Point and M" ORLEANS, S Call and examine I our ,".'k of be found at the corner of Miller & Ile'nder-.t -- 5 St w." '1.I 1

S : .r ] W. IJ. BLOXHAM, OOKINC AND WAIt.MIXG, STOVES, Can '" Store, ready to do nil kinds of work in

.., .... -1Jt.'.ri.: 24 3m "I Secretary of Sttte.L And are in close connection with the steamers IV S AND his line. Repairing of Harness( Saddle, ."(. attended a, ; < ; i I

: :,. I. PrOclamation. fey City and 7-Wi'e and with cxUniveAYlinvvcs OF \\.l. frIZIX AXI) TATKHNS: to I'n; ,.. He kl1 s un haiul. a pixxU ytiM-k \.d t/'anDYSPEPSIA ,i "I"i :

TiN WARE KEPAlKU) A T SHOUT Co Merchant Leather, Saddles: Bridles, Jliiioiy I llarnes- S.i .
: ; Nrrl'E i*hereby given Jn accordjnce with'the \ : Warehouses( '\ : XOT1CX. m bssion Stirrups_ ,Sircinglct. ,(tirtli Ac. 5.. II 1-I ,
i the State of Florida and Ordinance: '- -- '- -- --
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f KEY W T FLA. .
14,of the lawn of Tampa and I herebv proclaim Heiny J3rll lick A
t !, S sLut! dvdarejthat.l: am convimxHl that there is dan. Wo are ennbled to ofTer t<' ;patron*the In.t facilities: E. O. CWYNN 1'erisndattiou given to sales. Ample room '

per of. infeetiouii or contagious tliseaMf being at the Rmalle expense. We t-hnll continue to fur for iitoragv.IIEFEUENCES. i .
- -brouhlJllto this )place by jither direct or indirect utsi h ICORN" -Wall A Co., A. F. & C. Tift. I
c;. communication with .lie:.city of New Orleans In. AUCTIONEER ,->- ;Nd;<.rsT<-w.NERVOUSUESS.

ir .. And I hereby forbid communication eitht-r..Ii.X. AN"D FLOUR j\\ \VM. W. (,'iti.o- 1IK.NUY BUIOIIAM. l iOM AK' r- l--
rect indirect with t.i id 'dtv of New Orleans, .
e Ja, excepting under the condition prescribed l by AT FREIGHT I ANI)COMM[SlONS--that i ill- KEY WET, .\. W. GORDON & CO. DISEASE OF THt L / Y R, -

; tinarantinc llegulation .of the Town aid Port ATACTUAt COST-to the full xt'nt we can Attend personally to all\sa1es. Conxignnicnt i o- a
: sthc H *
.-. c r (Siicctior4 to Ti' m & tiordoii; ,) Boot and Shoe Maker RHEUMA 7 ISM,v'CCNSL Vfir/JV
.fTIU1Ir.I.. ... tf .-. 0 ruse the meann to pay, the l'rollul'e'mar.t't being licite l and ,natihfaetion lIanmtt't'l.. Prompt returns! '
i' under hand.and official wal"t Tampa actiUl ebh. mail. Office) Front Strwt.M. .
11L ;; Given mv Iiaitetl upOn S 5 bv .- COTTONFACTORS EliEitV notifies the public that he keon| 'frrn'itt.FOR
,. A. D. 1878. receive I [ /
.' S .. r. .."'ori4 k'jOjh"dabf. Angtwt: We either buy or hantl assortment of excellent leather and
< an
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HL&- : I'v." ",. I ANDCommission is prepared to do substantial and neat work at fair
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if % *' Attest) .j Mavor. 011 COai4ignineut:
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v< 'jf Mitchell I It
""?J:>fi1 <; 'JuuEiuu. : Town.Cleric ; : Merchants prices.Jackson'* Corner Tampa, Fla. t FEMALE :CUPLA/NTV S
ISINITA.1fl the for which I -- -- 11
All theproduct Country we can -
(* t. XOTICK.t I --- *
% ?*' : find a niArket, here or \;w here 5 GKROOERS ... lit I ("/< 'f< :
;. tIe limits tmmmil DR.BUHSNo. .
d"t.k .:4 All peryoci rei ding-jVuihin coqxjmte ..
ii*fi*' ? .j VV7/::| / .f Tampa, are tJt'llteJ to cause their ,' I B.igging i and Tien advanced on crops t. 4.
friends for their awl
5 '* Wcthank otir Patronage .tNp mCIIYEH: : \ = OF .12 N.Eighth St,
*k*, i t r <{- "jrtvmle tQ 1 ije cleansed, and purified of substance, iutci3.- L I Itmol. I Liberal (. ., Adv.uuvs I made tin Consignments of DID .
'diM-ac. letting that a mutual < >e true germs of Cotton.Prniiipt. I, St. Louis. Mo. I {
.:.t4 tr generate le, we have thought it right to yield a good p.irt :: S VTho kai had RrMttT tiatihim tn the tnatmmt of thaariual SAVING L/FE I :4'.
S ";, .. ,'' .. The ).1an1aI! of raid town is hen.by directed to of to the vonMimir( who'beai nil the Western Produce. ulld.'arefnlttlItion guaranteed tn all i ii trouble*ofxrtk mal mot tonal than an*physicianIII j .1il
th* Wsiv* ka rmltarfbta lone and>urul
1'IIinl'u \
'ecli during the months of and 21.1.DATI .
a" Angtirt ,
V vuJt wiee \ burden. Our Clerk are attentive and! we invite all i I pt.cticstnb ,.._. ..bII.tI I j
:"" : .- ,'. :' 1 September,c.tch and erery tinl'iidtO\m, jmd H.TthatOrdinancc who have to buy, to call and look at our tot'kl and r L o u n A s /J I: (!'I A I i, r r. The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE Miller & Hemlerion Sole A enU Tampa Fla. j

.j .' ...;** r No.7, i* vigorou lvenforced. we ).rumio't thai we will ihtei fully how you our :, "W"ILSON". The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER :March 2.' -ly. \ .

w ;.', : 4 ,;, J. P. WALI, Mayor.t .- Goods: and not take the least otiv ij if yon t-hould 81 Poydras St. NEW ORLEANS. Of Titllahwe! /'/&., with Bookf thai art rralr Baata.._>.If.laotI..n...$- S I I
; ten prrumtitf to ii .an4 nipplr Tb.sdr eI Ite ntk r.- .,
baj'i en not to bny our whole Mock on your lirctvifit. I want lime fritThrjr an 'W' ..ami la plain '
: .;Land for Sale. TampvApril' 20\ '78.---t tf.| .i.aIy (UMVT ood. Th* two hook amkrarfSitw lMDt I Barham's Infallible \" .t.1
.. \ AIYERS & BEO. | r*.and canuin'l wtlwMla l.for both marrWd and .
.j,. ,p i. CtmtaiUiD fr JGO acres of good pine land with 800l' Diir Le t we might be misunderstood In con.qnenc.rof '- -\V. B.St'HMHiT.- '-- -- I'. }I. ZItr.UI-- -- :-. .totad"Ie.eb".ti.to..r tba hoJI8IIOft r..ttmp.rnta iar i-Tbt 18 1I..lrdplmptl u.idwaI tfteI_, I ( PILE CURE. \ '

.1, '. 'nw _, treen-?00 of- which are now bearing for our fair way of speaking M to terms, we ktuMV votti 1>U DO way mntiunabl c.vIrtrv. :
-; ,; ; '1 ,soIo, ?,or the. Arne place.with 160 acres additional offer our ctL tomcr', we say once for all, that we can L SCHMIDT & \ZIEGLKIl. | WHOLESALE DKALEKS IN .but II.U(1"1"*omf.1.,1 for Cash or (equivalent, we rrfrrtl/healthy mew..t.1th w ninr'lr in lhprliiM
.. is located in the ClearWater buy only expect '
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for $10,000. place I o* life and Ik* es. IB ml rr k..kAR.4A It-..W-I.iiiti1. .
-,' sectiOn 2 miles from Bay View on Old) Tam. IVora the many OU tm atx U bfl S S It.r-- I' ." I
,, I WholesaleGrocery I -1' o 1) aeco S IlL--M.lam*JoamaLrorciaa SINGLE .-.-. .. II I
Water blufl': It i. elevatcd '
c : .pa, .n,1 41 miles from Clear Cash or Equivalents raima eta.erh 1.--1. 5'L -
.and ht,lthy. For irticulan. apply at thi j both 111(?In*.otwinluao.il ritra. 8nt i m cloth Mai.ncip LIFEPRESCRIPTION I 5 .1 :I
office_ 42-tf. WTO AND S Cigars 1. & Liquors.Savannah : IMPORTERS OF $ LIQUORS I. cett'1U'.f31oftt."'"
When we sell our Goi dn. Credit icing th? pro.iR-1 >, : "
.; 1I' k in your town. |> Outfit free. TS'o ,. : I / .
s lIi1 of HIGH PRICES, : FREE TS t > '
S '. 1 yUU4.k. Header. if you want almsiueKs at hich | Nos. 49, 51, '53, & 'k 5 New Levee, : ,- Gco. : I-.Ihr | >'t.ur of '.*iuiii.1 l Wfk.. l nt sat ..bsbIte.rt4.i 1
: of ei'.hw ncxcan'make great pay all| the timethey \ :: 111"."...I""I nil tliaurdt-ra brtmrtit un by InS .!lia- 7n : t
;$ I : ) persons WESELL For C.l SH.Tania.1nIu c Onlet ,, _-
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